Wedding Register: Frequently Asked Questions
There are six layout options now?
When can I submit my wedding for the 2022 Wedding Register?
We will begin taking submissions for the 2022 Wedding Register on March 1. If you submit your wedding before our early deadline, July 31, you will save $100 on your announcement! The final deadline for the 2022 Wedding Register is October 1.
How much does it cost to be in the Wedding Register?
The early deadline for the 2022 Wedding Register is July 31.
A one-page announcement is 595.00.
A two-page announcement is 1045.00.
These are early deadline prices. Prices increase by $100 after July 31
When is the Wedding Register published?
Can anyone be in the Wedding Register?
What materials do I need to submit?
Can I send in my payment first and materials later?
How do I figure the word-count of my write up, and what happens if it's too long?
What is a high-resolution photo?
My wedding is after October 1 deadline. Will I have to wait until the following year to submit my wedding?
Will I get a proof of my page(s) before it prints?
Will I get a copy of the January/February Wedding Register issue?
I notice that in the Wedding Register, some weddings are given a large feature. Could my wedding be one of those?
Yes. All our features are chosen strictly from Wedding Register couples, and anyone who buys a page (or pages) in the Wedding Register section may also submit up to 50 photos to be considered for a wedding feature or a party (shower, engagement, rehearsal dinner, etc.) feature.
If you chose to submit for both a wedding and party feature, we would need 50 images from the wedding and an additional 50 images from your party (shower, engagement, rehearsal dinner, etc.).
If your wedding or party is selected for a full feature, we will contact you for a phone interview. In addition, to our features, we also choose several “mini-features,” for which we need no additional information.
For feature consideration photos, make sure you send the best, most unique details of your wedding and reception or your party. Keep posed “people” shots to a minimum. Imagine yourself as the reader. What photos and ideas would appeal to you?
What about the cover? Can I submit photos for that as well?
Do I have to be from Mississippi to be on the cover or have a feature article?
Whew! This is a lot to process. Can I talk to someone on the phone?