Maybe it has never crossed your mind before, but would it not be great to make a little extra cash at your wedding by simply wearing your wedding apparel? Whether you are male, female – bride, groom – or even non-binary, you have the ability to create a fashionable experience at your wedding. This is easiest for those already in the modeling business, but that is not to say that newbies in the modeling world cannot try and hit a homerun.
Dr. Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe has seen dozens of wedding participants utilize their modeling contracts to promote wedding attire during her time as a wedding officiant in Oklahoma City. Modeling wedding attire gives them the chance to enjoy their big day while doing something meaningful for their career. However, that is not to say that the process is simple. Lucky for you, Dr. Tinsley Keefe is eager to share her knowledge on the double-m’s: modeling and marriage.
The first step in achieving the infamous double-m’s is the hardest part, but do not let it disappoint or deter you. This step is easier for those that are already seriously involved in the modeling industry, but even if your foot is just barely in the door you will still have a large chance at success. If you are involved in a modeling contract, reach out to the modeling agency you are signed with. If you explain to them that you are getting married and you would like the chance to promote their clothing line during the process, they are usually impressed and eager to assist.
Of course, Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe has watched wedding parties experience several hiccups as a wedding officiant in Oklahoma; especially during the process of achieving the double-m’s. One of the most significant things to remember is to not introduce the idea on a freeloader-based standpoint unless you are okay with no payout.
If you have introduced the idea successfully and brought up the idea of compensation without confusion, then you are ready to proceed to step two. Step two is the fun part: deciding on the wedding attire. During her time as a wedding officiant in OKC, Tinsley Keefe has witnessed the most fashionable of wedding models walk down the aisle. The best part is that the modeling does not have to start/end on the aisle. Work with your chosen modeling agency to utilize their clothing at all of the pre and post wedding events.
By promoting their products, you are strengthening both their business and your career. Just be careful not to spill your wine on the beautiful clothes! The third step is the easiest and the most rewarding: flaunt your style and own that wedding ceremony. If your attempt at mastering the double-m’s is a success, you can even put the money towards enjoying your honeymoon (and maybe model a little bit there, as well). The possibilities are endless, but if nothing else at least you are making a bomb-ass fashion statement.