New York Times Wedding Feature Registration Form: Sign Up Here

Thank you for your interest in having your wedding featured in The New York Times. We are actively looking for couples whose love stories are exciting, inspiring and diverse that embody and reflect the world around us.

The wedding announcement is now called Little oath and include a detailed narrative of your love and wedding story.

To submit your wedding news, please follow these instructions. Click here to submit your wedding for review.

Ideally, we will receive your submission for review at least six weeks before holding a scheduled legal wedding ceremony.

Marriages are reported online at every Friday and in the Weddings pages of the Sunday Styles print section every weekend. Small oaths are usually published online and in print within two weeks of your legal ceremony.

The Times does not charge a fee to publish these reports. If Your Little Oath is published, the report will become a permanent part of The Times’ archives, on and off the web. (We do not remove editorial content once it has been published.)

You must include your full legal name, the date of your legal ceremony (this is the date you sign the marriage certificate), and the exact location of the ceremony. We also need detailed information about your love story, including: how you met, how your relationship progressed, and how you came to the decision to get married.

Accepted submissions will become verified and edited reported stories according to Times standards.

We must have the name, title, religion and/or legal relationship of the person who will legally sign the official marriage certificate. For an interfaith event, you can include the name and affiliation of another celebrant who will be joining the moderator.

All notices must include the day, night, and couple’s cell phone numbers. We also need the phone numbers of those performing the ritual. Entries without a phone number cannot be considered.

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Historically Published Wedding Pages Official portraits of the couple and bride personality. We are pleased to announce that this has changed.

We invite couples to submit fun, candid photos that best reflect their relationship.

If you are selected to participate in the Weddings page, we will ask you to send two to three high-resolution JPEG files, as attachments, in an email to your assigned feature reporter. (Photos should be submitted two to five days after the wedding; please inform your photographer that a selection of photos will be needed shortly after the event.)

Examples of candid wedding portraits can be found here, here, here and here.

Image requirements: JPEG file format, width and height at least 3,000 pixels. Maximum file size 12MB. Minimum file size 3MB.

Note: Photos edited digitally or in any other way are not accepted.

Sometimes, some Mini-Vow submissions are reviewed by us for longer Pillar of vows. If your submission is selected for a longer feature, the reporter assigned to your interview will explain the additional requirements for the Oath feature.

If you still have questions, you can contact the Wedding Table by email at the address

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are unfortunately unable to notify couples of the status of their submissions.

Once again thank you for your attention, wish you a long happy marriage. New York Times Wedding Feature Registration Form: Sign Up Here

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