If you have an interest in having your future wedding published as an extra homage to the day, please let us know! We can help direct you in additional vendor choices and stylistic details that may be that extra push to get things live.
We understand that social media is unfolding more and more everyday, making it increasingly competitive for submissions to be accepted. We have found that editors and our clients agree that the most intriguing weddings are those that go out on a limb and try something new. In that spirit when our work is featured in the press, the purpose is to celebrate our couples while inspiring viewers to bravely and do their own version of unique and unexpected.
We are so fortunate to have received press from Martha Stewart as well as from many other publications that we greatly admire. There is nothing quite like finding your own work featured in a publication whose magazines or television shows you grew up fawning over as a child.
If you are looking for additional wedding inspiration, we realize it can sometimes be overwhelming. Like any other large businesses, some wedding publications come and go either on a corporate level or in terms of their cultural and branding relevancy as things and people change.
Some of Erin’s favorite new sources for wedding inspiration in addition to the publications that Nectar & Root has already been published in, include The Lane and Over the Moon. The Lane is beloved for its mix of inspiration; modern, edgy, pared back, abundant, romantic, unfussy, and luxe. It feels like the ultimate guide to cool-couple, effortless luxury to which we say, yes please. Over the Moon feels like its high end sister, focused on floral prints and fashion as well as amazing shopping registries and of course, a penchant for beautiful floral designs.
We never want to evoke the urge for a certain image or wedding design to be duplicated. Our press features are great clues to finding what style of floral design you love, as well as to see what other like minded vendors you may want to reach out to who have been a part of these features. Rather than trying to boil down the ingredients of a given press project, be inspired to work with the team of artists who helped put that wedding together, and trust them to do a totally new version of a unique and original wedding design. We hope that these sentiments resonate with you, and feel it is the best way to create lasting wedding memories in which the decor and details truly feel special over time. We promise that by letting go and embracing the things that may sound a little weird on paper, but exciting, it will yield a much more fun, less stressful, and more rewarding planning and celebrating process in the end.