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I “ghost-write” copy for blogs, social media posts, and submissions for fine art wedding professionals. I specialize in writing about real weddings, engagement sessions, and special celebrations, and pride myself in my ability to tell a couple’s love story in a thoughtful and beautiful way.
I believe there’s a difference between an artist and an artist who chooses to work in the wedding industry, because the latter is someone with a desire to love and serve people during this beautiful season of their lives. Whether you’re a photographer, an event designer, a florist, or a calligrapher, people will fall in love with your work, but what makes you different is that you offer more than your work. You give your clients more than a service; you give them an experience. You deserve clients who care about more than a transaction. And that’s where writing comes in.
When your heart for your work and your clients is expressed in a clear, honest, and beautiful way, the right people — your ideal clients — will be drawn to you.
I believe in the power of blogging and social media to turn strangers into clients into friends, and I believe that a beautifully written feature (on your blog or another publication) can be the perfectly tied bow on top of a bride’s incredible wedding experience with you. In many cases, a feature is one of the last touchpoints a couple has with their wedding day and their vendors--I want to help you make the most of that final opportunity to serve them well and make their experience a joyful one.
Instead of working on a post-by-post basis, I offer copywriting and editing services in packages for two main reasons: 1. It gives me a greater opportunity serve your business by taking a significant amount of work off of your plate, and 2. I spend a lot of time getting to know and understand your brand voice, and want to put that knowledge to great use through multiple writing opportunities!
No — I know how much publications value the relationships they create with wedding professionals through the submission process, and I would never want to get in the way of that opportunity for either of you. I’d be happy to weigh in on the images you submit, but the way you showcase your best work through the photos you select is ultimately up to you.
Having worked on a wedding magazine editorial team for four years, I’ve seen firsthand how many factors can play into whether or not a submission is accepted (everything from how the weather on the wedding day affected the photos, to how unique the details are, to how many “pink weddings” a publication may already have in the pipeline), so submission acceptance is not guaranteed. However, I can help you choose a publication that a wedding may be the best fit for, and then we’ll work together to draw out the specific reasons your submission will help inspire and serve that blog/magazine’s readers.
I focus on real wedding copywriting for blogs, social media, and submissions, and accept special project copy on a very limited basis. Shoot me an e-mail to let me know what you’re dreaming up. If I’m not able to help this time around, I’d be happy to refer you to some of my favorite copywriter friends!