It’s a place to showcase our venues, keep up to date with wedding trends, swoon over beautiful photography, and inspire our readers with real wedding edits.
Our readers love to see real weddings to inspire their big day, so if you’ve recently got married at one of our venues, we’d love to do a write up about your wedding celebrations (which FYI totally prolongs the wedding magic!).
And if you’re a photographer with a gorgeous wedding or engagement shoot at a Coco venue up your sleeve, we’d love to hear from you.
If you’re a photographer or stylist you can submit your work to showcase on the blog – we love to feature editorials, talented suppliers, inspiring ideas and DIY tutorials that capture the ethos of the Coco brand.
The first step is to download our Submission Guidelines for image requirements, questions we may need you to cover for each type of editorial and the process you’ll go through when submitting.
Committed to being an inclusive and diverse wedding platform, we actively encourage submissions that embrace all kinds of love.
We want to publish an eclectic mix of editorials, styled shoots and real weddings that truly represent the wide range of couples who visit our platform daily – and we need your help to do this.
We would love to hear from you if you’d like us to share your work.
Initially we’ll need to see a curated selection of images. We accept images via Dropbox, wetransfer.com or links to blogs/online galleries. The submission form also includes space to include a short paragraph about the feature, including any key suppliers.
We will be in touch to let you know if your submission has been accepted or not. If it has, we will guide you through to a dashboard where you can complete your submission. Once we’ve received your completed submission we will issue a publishing date.
We can only accept professional, high-res images and video. Images must not have watermarks or borders. We like a mix of portrait and landscape shots for the blog. And whilst we love black & white photos, our preference is colour.
The short answer is no.
The reason for not having an exclusivity clause is that the nature of our platform means that we’re serving couples at the very beginning of their planning journey. Over 70% are yet to discover wedding blogs and our content is fresh, new and exciting to them - we are therefore happy to accept submissions for review that have already been published.
However, it’s important to us that we honour any exclusivity clauses from other wedding blogs and media platforms and your work must be free to be published before you submit to us.
Once we accept your work you will be issued with a publishing date and we will ask for a grace period prior to publishing (the feature must not appear on any other platform during this time) and for six weeks after publishing.
I'm afraid not. Our only rule is that submissions for real weddings and styled shoots must showcase one of the venues we currently list.
88% of our visitors are engaged couples and over 90% of these are at the very beginning of their wedding planning. As our niche is wedding venues and inspiration we’re in an excellent position to capture the attention of discerning couples during these early decision-making stages.
On the blog, we inspire with latest trends, news and events at our gorgeous venues, and of course share our love for the industries best suppliers – this is where you come in!
If you feel Coco Wedding Venues would be a great fit with your own brand and the perfect platform to advertise then please get in touch to request a media pack with further sponsorship info.
Coco Wedding Venues is a directory and blog with style at the forefront, so it will come as no surprise that we’re big on beautiful imagery.
The images used have, where possible, been credited to each talented photographer and linked so that our visitors can discover your work in more detail. Our readers are newly-engaged couples so it’s a fabulous source for not only finding their perfect venue but falling in love with the photography to boot!
However, if you have spotted an error, have not given permission to the venue to use your photographs, or would like us to remove any images, then please do contact us and we will honour your requests.
If you’ve worked at one of our venues and would like to find out how to showcase your work, then please get in touch:
Refine your wedding venue search by location, capacity, type, and style.Visit Venue Finder
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