Hello everyone – I’ve come to the realization (at long last) that if I want to have any sort of personal time to work on my new home or any of the many other things on my to do list, I need to let go of a couple of things. That doesn’t mean the Inspired Bride is going anywhere soon, though, so don’t worry! Instead, I’m looking to add to the family! I’m looking for between one and four guest writers that would be interested in becoming a part of the Inspired Bride clan. Here’s an overview as to who I’d consider an ideal candidate:
- Writers who are enthusiastic about design and details pertaining to wedding planning, and can write content to that subject rather than the wedding industry as a whole, as IB is not a tips and tricks blog. Post themes should revolve around one of the following categories: do it yourself projects, fashion and beauty, event details and design, and registries by color palette (see this category for earlier examples).
- Someone with a well written, unique blogging style.
- Those with a quirky, design-focused taste and the ability to verbalize the strengths of her (or his!) picks.
- Someone able to commit to one to two posts per week. If necessary, posts can be written ahead of time and scheduled out to accommodate this. Note that contributors developing DIY projects for the blog will only be asked to post a minimum of once every two weeks.
- Real brides, invitation/graphic designers, and event planners are welcome to apply, as long as their content can align with the Inspired Bride’s subject matter. Vendors writing about the field they work in should not write exclusively about their own work.
Please submit a sample post (via email or a published URL) to me through the “become a wedding blogger” page. I will respond to those who may potentially be a good fit at that time (sorry, I cannot respond to each inquiry). Thanks in advance!
Please note: I reserve the right to edit or reject any posts after a candidate is accepted. In line with IB’s comment policy, I will not accept any posts that are overtly self-promotional. This position is for exposure and blog/design mentorship only; at this time it is not paid.