Lots of opportunities for Wedding Bloggers & Brands!!


Source: One Zone Studios

Weddings were one of the most heavily hit industries due to Coronavirus, otherwise known as Covid-19.  Initially most big days had to be cancelled, and then rescheduled for other days. Some individuals tied the knot with smaller ceremonies anyways, holding off to do bigger do’s with family and friends. But even know, there are a number of couples who are simply unsure when coronavirus will subside enough for them to marry.

The United Kingdom (UK) government put in place guidelines aiming to keep everyone who plans on having a wedding or Civil Partnership safe. Marriages and civil partnerships are a vital part of our society, uniting couples to start their new life together and affording certain legal rights. These ceremonies are often followed by receptions and other celebrations attended by guests that are known to one another.

In order to keep safe,  wedding planners have been advised to constantly keep check of tier levels. Evidence a company has not adhered to the rules will result in fines, and at worse, imprisonment. Weddings can take place in all tiers but there are certain rules. Tier levels outlined below. It should be noted, an area can move from one Tier level to another in the space of a few hours/days. You’re permitted to travel from one Tier level to another.

Tier 1 (Medium Alert)
Tier 2 (High Alert)
Tier 3 (Very High Alert)
Tier 4 (Stay At Home)

It is advised that ceremonies are kept as short as reasonably possible. In Tiers 1, 2, and 3, weddings and civil partnership ceremonies may take place with certain restrictions. No one who works may attend.  In Tiers, 1 & 2, wedding receptions may host 15 people but in Tier 3, wedding receptions are not allowed.

In Tier 4, weddings may only take place in exceptional circumstances and only 6 people may attend. No one who is working may attend. Exceptional circumstances include life changing surgery and debilitating illnesses.

Whilst this may mean, some wedding services are facing a downturn. This blog post is aimed at providing UK wedding bloggers with an extra alternative income provided with Get Blogged.

Source: Jeremy Wong

Who is Get Blogged? 

Founded in 2017, Get Blogged is an SEO outreach agency which provides an easy solution for brands, businesses and agencies needing help with, or wanting to outsource their outreach in a cost-effective way. They vary in content creation posts from articles, to Instagram posts, etc.

Get Blogged & Wedding Bloggers

Get Blogged are seeking to connect with more Wedding companies and creatives, to better support them through what may be another difficult year.

Through the Get Blogged Marketplace, wedding bloggers UK are able to see opportunities which are open to them and pitch to complete the work. Get Blogged, will then asign the work accordingly being sure not to swamp you with too much work. When the work has been completed, you will submit the link (to the blog post, insta post, whatever), and then be paid within 72 hours.

Get Blogged & Wedding Brands

The Get Blogged marketplace is also a great place for brands to collaborate with influencers. Through the marketplace brands can access UK wedding blogs in order to publish sponsored posts, sponsoring media channels, working on shoots, and many other ways.

Source: Nathan D


Amazing Wedding Bloggers  

Whimsicle Wonderland Weddings

An ultra cute insta, which just fills you with joy as if you were at the wedding yourself. This wedding blogger helps you plan your big day, taking some of the hassle of your shoulders. Check out the themes page on their website! SO CUTE!

Brides Up North<

A regional listing, once I checked out the instagram I was in love instantly. Some fabulous editorial looks, so amazing for stylists, and those who have some pounds to spare.

Black Brides UK

A cute Instagram highlighting black married women in the UK, a break in the taboo of a darker bride.

The English Wedding Blog

Old British luxury, classical, simple, beautiful. What is there not to love. 

100 Layer Cake

I LOVEEE cake, and I love marriage. I also love DIY, so this is right up my street.

Take a look, it might be up your street too. 

Wow, that made me happy. I really do hope that you clicked through some of the links to get a little endorphins kick. What beautiful pictures, and if you’re planning your big day (or hoping to one day), go through this websites and get a feel for what you like. You don’t have to save them! But most importantly, if you’re a wedding blogger. This is an opportunity for you to make some money.

Hopefully, this article will be useful for not only wedding bloggers, but other influencers aiming to diversify their income stream. I hope you are off to a great start 2021, and lets go make some money.

This is a sponsored post.

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