Submit Your Session

Think your work/photos would be a good fit for our blog? Wandering professionals from around the world can now submit their intimate weddings, elopements, engagements, and proposals for consideration to be featured on our blog!

Note: We are currently only accepting submissions from our Wandering Weddings members who pay for a listing in our directory. If you are interested in becoming a member and getting your business in front of thousands of couples, apply HERE!

We aim to keep our style adventurous at heart.

How many photos should I submit?

Real wedding or elopement: 50 to 100 images

Engagement or portrait session: 35 to 80 images

**not all images will be included in the published feature**

Please remove all watermarks, resize your images to 2048px (long side), and save galleries as JPEG files. Proper credit will be provided within blog posts.

How do I know if Wandering Weddings has chosen to publish my submission?

We are unfortunately unable to feature all of the sessions submitted to us. You will receive an email within 15 days if your submission is accepted, and we will notify you when your post is live on our website!

Please note that due to the number of “engagement” submissions we get we are very selective about the ones we feature.

* This information will be used in the blog feature
To sufficiently credit all of the amazing collaborators who contributed to your session, please include the names, websites, and e-mails (if possible) for each of the vendors involved.
*send us a link where we can dowload your images for the blog post (ex. online gallery, dropbox etc)
By checking this box, I acknowledge and agree that all content created by Wandering Weddings for the Wandering Weddings website or any other platforms is the sole property of Wandering Weddings. This content may not be duplicated or used, under any circumstances, for another company's use or an individual's personal use. Duplication or other use of material owned by Wandering Weddings is punishable by law and subject to a fine of up to two times the legal limit. This does not pertain to the rights of your photos. Your photos will always remain yours and we would never take that from you.