Wedding Public Relations
At Something New for I Do, we utilize our strong relationships with wedding and lifestyle bloggers, writers and editors to get our clients featured in top wedding and lifestyle magazines and blogs and corresponding social media accounts. Whether you’re a creative looking to showcase your design talent through styled shoots and real wedding features, or a wedding professional with a wealth of wedding planning advice to share, we pitch your business on your behalf through both proactive opportunities and reactive media requests to earn credible media and bridal attention. From here, clients can create a blog post centered on the placement and promote on social media to enhance their SEO.
All of this further grows your client base and raises awareness of your brand!
Our wedding PR plans range from hourly or project-based work to full-time public relations. As a wedding publicist, I pride Something New for I Do on delivering custom solutions to meet both your business goals and budget. We also offer DIY wedding public relations, guiding you on how to get your real weddings and photo shoots placed in your favorite wedding outlets.
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Styled Shoot + Wedding Submissions
Something New for I Do was the first wedding PR firm to offer wedding photographers styled shoot + real wedding submission assistance. Many photographers put so much heart into shooting a wedding, editing the photos and delivering them in a beautiful package to their couples that they often don’t have time the time it takes to get them published.
We take over the submission process entirely, streamlining the process and getting the wedding picked up in top wedding magazines and blogs.
How does it work? Something New for I Do works with styled shoot + real wedding submission clients on a monthly retainer basis. You send us “X” number of weddings/shoots per month to work on at a time and we take over the process entirely! Need something flexible? The number of submissions can fluctuate depending on how many submissions you have in your backlog, but the sweet spot for this type of work is usually about 3 weddings or shoots per month. Want to be a little more hands on? Great! We can collaborate on outlets to reach out to. Want to hand it all over to a professional and focus your time on other business aspects and the heart behind what you to? That’s great too!
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