Published | Six Wedding Blogs

I am so incredibly honored to have been featured on various wedding websites in the past few weeks and months. It is always so exciting to be accepted for publication, and it is still very surreal to see other people publishing my work. I am very grateful for the opportunity! Please click on any of the links or images below to view these wonderful blogs.

First up, Shelly and Mark’s surprise proposal in San Francisco, featured on Borrowed & Bleu- inspiration for one of a kind weddings.


Blog number two: our styled shoot, “From Here to Eternity,” featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs.

Blog number three: Kristen & Matt’s rings featured on With This Ring.

Blog number four: Hilary & Gabe’s Tomales Bay wedding featured on LaBelle Bride.

Blog number five: Silvia & James’ Palo Alto wedding featured on California Wedding Wave, the blog of Ceremony Magazine.

And last but not least, blog feature number six: Raquel & Andy’s Chautauqua wedding on The Wedding Yentas- A Guide for the Jewish Bride.

If you follow me on facebook, you may have already seen these features in my photo albums. I love to give sneak peeks and little bonus treats on my page, so if you haven’t joined already, please consider “liking” Anna Wu Photography.

I also wanted to give a shoutout to Two Bright Lights, an online platform that facilitates the whole wedding submission process. Most of these features were made possible by Two Bright Lights. And most exciting of all, I have more publications and features still to look forward to!

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  1. by Alison - The Wedding Yentas on November 4, 2011  10:19 pm

    LOVED having your photos up on The Wedding Yentas! You're always more than welcome to submit more so that brides from all over can be inspired by fabulous Jewish weddings! Cheers! Or, l'chaim! :)

  2. by wedding manuel antonio on November 17, 2011  5:34 am

    Its gonna be so romantic movement when you per pose someone like that you mentioned first pic. All are the great pics and every pic have its own story. Great job

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