love of art, art for love

About Weddings by Artists

Dear Engaged Couples,

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! We know how hard it can be to navigate the world of wedding vendors. The Weddings by Artists Network was formed to help you find a selection of artists who have the expertise and experience to craft custom products for your upcoming wedding. Please enjoy browsing through out site and clicking on the links to our vendors. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to post a comment or contact me.

Daniel Sroka
Director, Weddings by Artists Network


Dear Artists,

Weddings by Artists is a growing network of artists who create custom designed products and services for weddings. Their styles and mediums vary, but each one uses his or her craft to create something unique for a wedding. The goal of this group is to work together, network and share ideas. There is no charge to join. Our hope is to help each other find the clients who are interested in our artistic-approach to weddings. If your product or service fits our theme, we hope that you will consider joining our network. We will profile each artist on the blog and link to appropriate websites.

If you are interested in joining, please contact me. We request that you add our name and link to your website and promotional materials:

Member of Weddings by Artists

If you have suggestions regarding how to make this group stronger, please feel free to suggest them.

Best wishes,
Daniel Sroka
Director, Weddings by Artists Network

  1. What a wonderful idea! Although I never thought of myself as an artist, I do think that sewing is a lost art!

    I always wanted to be a singer, but since I was not graced with a musical voice…I shall sew to music and “Create Heirlooms of the Future”!

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