We accept photos that were taken by Maine-based wedding photographers only. Please include the names of the business included in the vendor team that particiapted in the shoot. Please note that only Maine based business will be mentioned.
 
We print twice a year and have two submission deadlines, though we will accept submissions all year long. Our next deadline is for the July 2019 issue. Please submit your images to us no later than April 1, 2019.
 
When submitting, please organize your photos into photos that are clearly marked. For featured weddings and engagement shoots, we need to know the location. For floral and cake photos, we need to know the vendor. Low resolution images are fine, high res images are best!
 
To submit, send a Dropbox invitation to editor@realmaineweddings.com. If you would like to submit your materials via snail mail, please use the following address:

Reuben Bell
Editor, Real Maine Weddings
3 Libby Drive
Biddeford, Maine 04072
 
We send out a call for submissions a few times a year. If you would like to receive these emails, please let our editor know by emailing him at editor@realmaineweddings.com and we’ll add you to our list!
 
Before submitting, we suggest you take a look at our magazine to see what we publish. You can view the most recent digital flipbook. We are always looking for images for the following categories:
 
Featured Weddings
We feature four Real Maine Weddings in each of our issues. The weddings you submit should be current, not having taken place more than a year ago. We like to publish weddings from all over the state, from Fort Kent to Eliot and everywhere in between. Since our state is so big, we try very hard to not publish weddings at the same venue in back-to-back issues.

We have recently published weddings that have been held in Portland, Stockton Springs, Ogunquit, and Wells. We will not be accepting submissions from these regions for our July 2019 issue, but will consider submissions from these regions for our blog. 
 
We know that couples come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and colors. What people love about our magazine is that it portrays real couples tying the knot in Maine! We love variety! Please be sure to send photos from the entire day—from the preparation to the last dance—and include all of the wonderful details in between.
 
What do we take into consideration when choosing our features? Location, for one. We will never publish two weddings that take place in the same town in the same issue. The quality of the photos is also a major deciding factor. We also love publishing interesting stories, so if there is something about your couple that is noteworthy, let us know!

Inspiration Shoots
We feature four inspiration shoots in each of our issues. We leave the theme up to you and your team! You may submit a wedding that you have already photographed or create an inspiration shoot from scratch. Please note that the vendors you partner with must be Maine-based wedding vendors. We love local talent! We also offer special advertising opportunities for the event designer and photographer who take part in a special inspiration shoot. Visit our website to see what we've published in the past.
 
Destination Pages
Our Destination Pages give our readers a peek into the many communities that make Maine special. We look for wedding images that portray each of the following areas: Greater Bangor, Bar Harbor, Bath, Belfast, Bethel, Boothbay Harbor, Freeport, Kennebec Valley, The Kennebunks, Lewiston/Auburn, Midcoast, Ogunquit, Greater Portland, Rangeley, and York.
 
Maine Floral Guide
In this section we share photos of gorgeous floral designs including bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces. The florist credited must be the one that designed and produced the featured florals.
 
Maine Cakes
We publish a collection of the most beautiful, whimsical, stunning, fun, sophisticated, and jaw-dropping cakes that were created by Maine bakers.
 
Maine Wedding Trends
We like to showcase trends that are happening across the Pine Tree State, so send us photos of what you’ve been seeing at Maine weddings.