Enter our annual Wedding Photo Contest! Photos are accept year-round. Prizes are awarded in June—the month named for the Roman goddess Juno, patron of marriage and women.
We are now accepting photos.
To enter, Upload your photos here! Be sure to select the "Weddings" category.
We'll send the lucky couple a bundle of Almanac products, including The Old Farmer's Almanac, an Almanac cookbook, our Flower Series notecards, and more. (Of course, you're all lucky in love!)
Terms & Conditions
Amateur photographers only! If you are a professional wedding photographer, do not submit your photos. If your wedding photo is taken by a professional photographer, it is YOUR responsibility to ensure that you not only own the photo but also have the right to post it; the content must not infringe copyrights or other property rights of any party.
We accept photos of your own wedding (past or present) and/or the wedding of a close friend or family member (such as your daughter or son). Due to the way online works, all photos submitted to this Web site will become the property of Yankee Publishing Inc., which may reproduce, distribute, publish, display, edit, modify, create derivative works from, and otherwise use the material for any purpose, in any form, and on any media.
Wedding Photo Gallery
Thank you for sharing pictures from your beautiful day! Browse all of the submitted photos in the Almanac's Weddings Ecard gallery.
And if you're planning a wedding—or, just love to think about love and its customs (as we do!—enjoy our Wedding Planning page!
Winning Wedding Photos
"Winter Wedding Wonderland"
Credit: Brad Boardman
"My bride and I went to take pictures on a calm winter day, only to be engulfed in a winter blizzard. It was cold, but the picture turned out great."
Editor's note: We love the church in the distance that you can barely see through the snow.
"CJ and Tiffany"
Credit: Susan Jones
"A September Love Storm"
Credit: Melanie Siegrest
"We got married at the highest point in Lancaster County, PA, surrounded by fields as far as we could see. After our "reveal," this storm rolled in; you could see the rain in the distance and the storm clouds. We loved it. It was BEAUTIFUL."
"A September Kind of Love"
"Bride in Bliss"
Editor note: How could we not notice this shot? What a unique setting. Very Americana.
"Shawn & Jamie"
A Stroll Through the Garden