The bride is beautiful. The groom’s smile is beautiful. Their love is beautiful. The venue is beautiful. Heck, even the cake is beautiful. It’s all beautiful, but how can you, as a wedding photographer, describe weddings differently and uniquely in your wedding blog posts? And in a way that makes both people and search engines happy?
The more specific you make your writing in your wedding blog posts the better, the better. By simply infusing your writing with details, potential clients can get to know you and the types of weddings you specialize in! So, bookmark this post so you can have fresh words every time a new blog post pops up on the to-do list, and let’s get going!
Describing People In Wedding Blog Posts
- Lit from within
- Laid back
Describing Venues In Wedding Blog Posts
A wedding blog post wouldn’t be complete without a little something-something on the venue. But writing about a venue can be difficult when trying to describe anything other than what’s right in front of you. How do you capture the vibes of the wedding? What words can replace “beach-wedding?” Here we go:
- Enveloped in _ (mist/dew/clouds)
- Shrouded in _
Describing Decor In Wedding Blog Posts
We can’t ignore the decor! Decorate your wedding blog post with descriptive words of the venue’s decor and overall vibes. Using specific words to describe the decor and style of the wedding is essential for setting the tone and highlighting those unique details that matter most to your couple. Here are some words to refine your writing:
Using these words, you can write wedding blog post content that doesn’t feel OVERwritten, but still feels immersive. Remember: the key is to be truthful about the words you choose. Don’t exaggerate or repeatedly use the same words. Be intentional and truly think about your words before you use them.
If you now feel motivated to dig into that list of unwritten blog posts but are still unsure where to begin, I have a template bundle for that! Using this word list and these bundles, you’ll burn through your unwritten wedding blog posts in no time! Good luck, and happy writing!