Thank you so much for your interest in sharing your wedding with A Northwoods Wedding readers! We love sharing beautifully unique Midwest weddings with our audience. In order to preserve fresh ideas, A Northwoods Wedding prefers to feature content that has not yet been published on another blog, though we will cheerfully accept submissions that have been published in print.
WHAT TO SEND:
When submitting work, please include at least 50 unwatermarked web sized photos 650 px wide or a link to your own personal blog post or online gallery. Include photos of details, portraits, ceremony, and reception images. We love the ease of using dropbox to attain your images. Submissions for publication may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INFO TO INCLUDE:
Make sure to send a list of the wedding day vendors with their website links formatted as we do at the bottom of our posts. We want to give credit to every creative artist so be sure to collect this information prior to sending your images to ANW. We also love to know the inspiration behind the wedding day, things to include: DIY projects, favorite memories, unique experiences, and any advice you have for future brides.
We need details on the wedding you would like to feature. Please include vendors, designers, and creative talent so that we can credit them as well! Please note, we do our best to respond to each and every submission. However, due to the high volume of submissions, please allow 2-4 weeks for response.
We’re always on the hunt for great real weddings with Midwest style images and thoughtful details. We also publish engagement sessions, however, we lean towards real midwest weddings to feature.
Thank you for considering A Northwoods Wedding!
We look forward to working with you!
Jenna + Britt
I am a wife to my beloved and a devoted puppy mom. I am a wedding blogger, a photographer, a fashion fanatic, and a woman who seeks adventure. I’m just a Midwest gal who loves the north woods and dreads the freezing winters. I never get sick of coconut lattes and I am a big fan of naps. I believe the Midwest has something special to offer: love. Love is meant to be shared, celebrated.
I grew up playing weddings with old lace table clothes and curtains, my love for weddings followed me through my teens and into my college years. I always dreamed that I would become a wedding planner and help brides plan every exquisite detail of the most important day of their life. God had different plans for this girl, I became a wedding photographer and get to help play an amazing role with the couples I love on their wedding days. Recently wed, I got to go through the process from start to finish and I honestly loved every moment, every detail, every unique touch that made our day perfect. The Midwest has a unique vibe and style that is often forgotten, we hope you get to take a piece of the great Northwoods with you today!
with warm weather approaching and the whisper of peonies on the horizon that something soft, lush, and pink (oh yes!) is welcomed with open arms by ANW. i am dying over these stunning arrangements by prairie fair based out of st. paul, minnesota, accompanied by the amazing photos from summer street photography. oh, i can almost smell these lush flowers… i am so dreaming of spring right now.
if you are looking for something ultra feminine, elegant, and gorgeous: think peonies. these can be arranged with a number of other flowers and just scream lush. i have to say that the florist that arranged these lovely flowers is just as beautiful as they are…
Normally at this time of year we are only dreaming about peonies. The bitterness in the wind is slowly becoming just a chill, and muscari and tulips are bravely peeking out from the subtly warmer earth. This year, however, the chill has evaporated from the air entirely, and even peony bushes are budding in the unusual heat.
Last summer peonies bloomed predictably, at the beginning of June. And thankfully they did, because Kendra of Summer Street Photography and I were counting on it. On June 10th Kendra, one of my nearest, dearest, oldest friends in the world, was to marry the man of her dreams carrying no less than the flowers of her dreams, and to our delight, she was able to purchase hundreds of lush strong peonies from a peony farm near her home in Boston, MA just before the crop began to fade. I had the privilege of arranging the blooms, and while those heavy headed mamas were stunning on their own I added some lilac, scabiosa pods, dusty miller, boxwood, berzelia, astilbe, and pitcher plants for texture, color, and interest. I adorned Kendra’s bouquet with soft pink velvet, nude vintage lace, and a cameo the bride had purchased from an antique store. I think the flowers knew how important the day was and shown extra beautifully in honor of the occasion.
So here’s to the swiftly coming crop of this year’s peonies! What will you do with yours? I swoon at the thought!