We’re really glad you’re here

Thank you for your interest in submitting a feature to The Vintage Herald. Sharing your incredible talent and work is what we’re truly all about. Nothing makes us more excited than connecting with others who share our passion for all things vintage! So if that’s you, you’re in the right place and our soon-to-be new best friends.

In order to be considered for a feature, there’s a few things you should know. Some more fun, like what kind of submissions we’re looking for, and some more serious, like submission terms and guidelines. However, let’s start with the good stuff:

Types of Submissions We Want

It comes as no surprise that we are only looking for content that has a “vintage vibe.” It’s in our name, people. Now that can mean different things, but the inspiration needs to be evident. We listed out some specific categories below:

  • Weddings
  • Engagement Shoots
  • Style + Fashion
  • Vendor Spotlights
  • Venue Spotlights
  • Event Spotlights
  • Home & Architecture
  • Parties
  • Anything else that you feel is vintage 😉

What to Include in Submission

We want to know everything you can tell us about your submission. The more information we have, the better. Some of the things that we’ll definitely be looking for are listed below:

  • Date of Event
  • Description of Event (general and any unique aspects)
  • List of Vendors (name and link to company site)
  • Vintage Elements
  • Why you feel it would be a good fit

Photo Requirements

All photos should be 2000px wide, whether landscape or portrait. Ideally, there would be a set of “print” and “web-optimized” versions of the photos. If that is not possible, we require the 2000px size for all.

There needs to be 50-200 photos in the set. We are looking for a mix of detail, portraits, ceremony, and reception shots that clearly shows the vintage influence. Sometimes we can’t accept shoots because there just isn’t enough of a focus on the vintage elements. Don’t let this be you!

As far as submitting the photos, we are a proud member of the Two Bright Lights community. If you are as well, please feel free to submit your feature through their database. If you are not, please send us access to a gallery of the images. We do not accept a link to another feature as a method of obtaining photos.

Submission Terms + Guidelines

By submitting work to The Vintage Herald, you assume responsibility or ownership of its copyright work. If you are not the photographer (i.e. bride, groom, other vendor, etc), you must have permission from the rightful owners to submit this work to be featured.

Content Ownership + Rights – I represent and warrant that I own all materials or that I otherwise have sufficient right, title and interest in and to such materials to grant The Vintage Herald the licenses and rights to publish this work without violating, infringing or misappropriating the privacy rights, publicity rights, copyrights, contract rights, intellectual property rights or any other rights of any person. I agree to pay for all royalties, fees, and any other monies owing any person by reason of any materials submitted by me to The Vintage Herald.

For further terms, please visit our Privacy Policy.

Now for the exciting part…

tell us all about your amazing feature in the form below!

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First and foremost, we are lovers of vintage and want that to show through in all that we do. Our goal is always to show-off incredible talent and breathtaking imagery. Sprinkling in a bit of humor and fun, we enjoy being taken into a different world created by the masterful professionals that we feature.


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