New deadline for special bridal section

Have your love story published in the Jan. 31 Enquirer

The Jan. 31 edition of the Enquirer will include a special bridal section. This section will be a combination of local photos and love stories submitted by our readers, and articles that will range from picking the perfect wedding venue and caterer and other tips on how to make your big day special.

To be considered for publication, a submission must meet certain requirements:

•You must have gotten married, engaged or celebrated an anniversary in 2017. (The bride and or groom must be from Hartselle or surrounding areas in Morgan County.)
•You must submit a photo that includes the bride and groom. High resolution photos are preferred. 
•You must provide 1-2 paragraphs (minimum 50 words, max 300) of your “love story” that can include how you met/information about your wedding or engagement. Also include your wedding/engagement date/venue/ plans, etc. and any other information you would like us to know. *First and last names are required and photos will not be accepted without them.*

Submissions will be accepted until Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. and can be emailed to rebekah.martin@hartselleenquirer.com.

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