Cha-ching!
You just earned one genius point.
That’s because submitting your work to Borrowed & Blue is the smartest thing you’ll do all week. Here’s why:

The more you give, the more (eyes) you get.

Think of it as a domino effect: more weddings means more chances for couples to discover your work; more discovery translates to more inquiries (and ultimately more business).

The best work will be featured for all of the world to see.

Our editorial team gives extra exposure to especially impressive weddings and styled shoots by featuring them in our weekly email newsletter and on our social media.

Your work can live here, and anywhere else you want.

Borrowed & Blue is not an exclusive editorial site, so you can send us your weddings but still have the option to get your work featured elsewhere.
Questions? We're here to help. Contact us by email.

(e.g. ABC Wedding Photography)

So we can contact you with any questions.

Please enter as: mm/dd/yyyy

(e.g. Charleston, SC)

First names only.

(e.g. Pixieset, Dropbox, etc. of downloadable images.) Images must be high-res, watermark-free, and a minimum of 1920px width (but a minimum of 2160px width is preferred). JPG format only. Links to previously published blog posts, while nifty, aren’t helpful.

(If needed)

(If needed)

Please identify any specific galleries or images you'd like us to include or exclude in our feature.

Please Note: all images not excluded below are subject to publication at the discretion of the Weddings Team. Unfortunately, Borrowed & Blue is unable to grant requests for edits to the photos chosen for a feature post-publication at this time.

So we can let them know when their wedding is live!

Where did the ceremony take place – a venue, a backyard, other?

Who photographed the wedding? For second shooters, list in Other Vendors below.

Was there a wedding designer or planner involved? Include name(s) for anyone hired to design or plan the wedding. For day-of coordinators and any DIY elements, list in Other Vendors below.

Who provided the flowers?

Who catered the wedding? Include name(s) and specifics for any food providers. For cake and/or dessert providers and any DIY elements, list in Other Vendors below.

List as many additional vendors as you can (separated by a comma). Tell us which element each vendor provided (e.g. table linens vs. the actual tables), as well as specifics about attire (designers vs. places of purchase). For DIY elements, tell us who made what.

Bam. We’ve received your submission.

But why stop there? Here’s a B&B secret: vendors with at least eight weddings published on our site are more than three times as likely to receive an inquiry. If you haven’t hit that magic number yet, keep sending us your work. And if you have, know that the number of weddings you have on our site directly correlates to the amount of inquiries you receive. So either way:

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