• {Lovely Announcement} A New Oh Lovely Day Coming Your Way, Introducing “Lovely Ever After” + A Content Call

    Most of you already know that in one week (eeeek! so excited) we’ll be launching an all new Oh Lovely Day!  But did you also know we’re starting a new weekly feature (and possible future new blog if you like it) called Lovely Ever After.  It’s all about the lovely things in life beyond a wedding.  I’ve wanted to do this since I got pregnant and had new things to share, but it has taken me this long to bring Lovely Ever After to life.

    Lovely Ever After announcement on Oh Lovely Day

    While I have lots of ideas and fun things to share, we’re also looking for content submissions for Lovely Ever After.  Do you have an inner Martha dying to come out?  Are you a mom with lots of tips on all things baby?  Are you a newlywed (or an old-married like me) with tips for keeping the honeymoon going into your marriage?  Oh Lovely Day wants to hear from you.

    If you want to submit your Lovely Ever After content to Oh Lovely Day, here’s your checklist for sending submissions:

    * send me an email with the subject line “Lovely Ever After: (and title of your contribution).”

    * I prefer a minimum of 10 professional photos to accompany your submission, but if you don’t have professional photos it isn’t a deal breaker (we could always send one of our Vendor Guide members out to shoot your project)

    * a complete description of your project, tips, recipe, etc.

    * a complete list of supplies, vendor credits, etc.

    And if you just have an idea, that’s ok too.  Send it my way!  chandra{at}ohlovelyday{dot}com.
    If you want to contribute DIY content for weddings, parties, baby, or home, I’ll be making an announcement about that later this week (hint: we’re also looking for a regular DIY contributor!)
    So many fun new things to get excited about – and we’re celebrating with a fab giveaway of my favorite things, so be sure to follow me on instagram for peeks all week at the prizes!
    {photo credits} family & baby photo from Jennifer Roper / onesie photo by Amy Stone / chili party from Potterybarn / painted corkboard from the happy home / travel photo of Cinque Terre by Oh Lovely Day
    Jennifer Roper and Amy Stone are members of our Lovely Vendor Guide.   If you would like to be listed in our handpicked guide, apply here.
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