Attention bloggers, crafters, writers, photographers and all around creative types! I'm seeking submissions for tutorials, projects, reviews and inspiration ideas for a new, indie-published, DIY Wedding Zine!
“All In The Details” is the theme for this full-color guide for brides-to-be, full of wedding inspiration including step-by-step tutorials, featured products, and an editorial inspiration shoot. I'd love to include your projects and creative ideas!
If you're interested, email me your ideas and I'll be happy to give you more details. What I'm looking for are relatively simple and inexpensive projects that will appeal to brides who appreciate handmade. For step-by-step tutorials, please try to keep the project under 15 steps, with concise descriptions (250 words or less) and clear, descriptive pictures.
These are brides who are on a budget, want to reduce/reuse/recycle (or upcycle!), and want to add unique personal touches to the event, but still want to keep up with some of the popular trends in weddings right now. I'm specifically looking for things like how to make banners, pom poms, bouquets (not just fresh flower bouquets!), decoration ideas, floral arrangements, boutonniere making, drink recipes, display ideas, how to make the wedding feel more personal (like a fun party we can all enjoy!), how to upcycle/reconstruct/repurpose wedding elements (including dresses and accessories!), paper products (tags, invites, etc.), cake toppers, favors, etc.
We'll include all your info - links to your website, Etsy shop, blog, etc. and a little description of what you are all about. A great way to promote yourself and get some fantastic FREE advertising!
I'm also offering affordable rates for half-page or full page ads for approved vendors of wedding products and services. Email me if you want more info and I'll send you an application!
The Zine will be available to view online for free, download for a few dollars or printed on recycled paper and mailed for under $10.
Join me in my mission to inspire folks to use creativity and repurposing to personalize and simplify weddings! Viva la Handmade!!!
Oh, and thanks for re-posting and passing this info along!!!