Destination Wedding Details is always looking for real destination wedding or trash the dress submissions from professional photographers. Please keep in mind that in order for your submission to be accepted, it must include as many wedding detail shots as possible.
This site is all about inspiring destination and beach brides to think outside of the box with fun, unique, and creative ideas. We like to feature photos from all real destination weddings whether it was a simple, intimate ceremony or a huge, extravagant celebration. The most important requirement is that the photos feature a strong attention to the details.
How to Submit:
- Via Two Bright Lights (this is my preferred method of submission)
- Zip File sent to cynthia (at) DestinationWeddingDetails (dotcom) or via Drop Box, with the subject line: Real Destination Wedding
- Please submit at least 60 -100 photos from the wedding
- All Photos must be at least 750px wide
- JPEG format
- Please include a full list of vendors with your submission
- Please include the bride’s email address with your submission, if possible.
- I always like to contact the Bride to get some insight into her inspiration and vendors she personally used. If for any reason, it is not possible to submit the bride’s information, please share as much information as you can about the wedding day and any special moments/details.
Here are some ideas of the types of photos you should consider submitting :
- Photojournalistic/candid shots of the bride and groom (first kiss, walking down the aisle)
- Decorations (flowers, chuppa, arch, table, chairs, reception décor, etc..)
- Bride’s accessories (full body shots of the bride’s dress, veil, bouquet, jewelry, shoes, hair)
- Scenery (scene setting shots, ceremony venue, reception venue, sunset/sunrise shots)
- Giveaways (welcome bags, favors, keepsakes, etc..)
- Stationary (escort cards, seating cards, invitations, menu, guest books, signs)
- Food (cake, buffet, candy bar, specialty drinks)
- Bridal Party’s Attire (shots of bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen attire)
- Any decoration or detail that stands out or is unique
- A few portraits of the bride and groom – The key word here is few. While I want to see a few portraits of the bride and groom, they should be few and far between. Choose your very best portrait shots of the couple.
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