Be Fabbo - A Wedding Industry Podcast

28: LGBTQ+ In the Wedding Industry- Kirsten Ott Palladino

July 31, 2019 Episode 28
Be Fabbo - A Wedding Industry Podcast
28: LGBTQ+ In the Wedding Industry- Kirsten Ott Palladino
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Be Fabbo - A Wedding Industry Podcast
28: LGBTQ+ In the Wedding Industry- Kirsten Ott Palladino
Jul 31, 2019 Episode 28
Kirsten Palladino/Bobbi Brinkman
Kirsten Palladino discusses Equally Wed, inspiration for LGBTQ+ couples, inclusivity in the wedding world, new traditions and trends for the LGBTQ+ community and beyond.
Show Notes

Kirsten Ott Palladino is an award-winning editor and writer, as well as the author of the wedding planning book for LGBTQ couples, EQUALLY WED​ ​(Seal Press/Hachette Book Group, May 2017). She’s the co-founder and editorial director of equallywed.com, the world’s leading digital LGBTQ wedding magazine. She blogs about trauma recovery at foragedwellness.com. Palladino has been profiled on CNN and in The New York Times. Her work has appeared in Entrepreneur magazine, ARTNews magazine, Art & Antiques magazine, The Knot, Executive Traveler magazine, the Huffington Post, and more. She was recognized as one of Glamour magazine's Hometown Heroes for 2015. Palladino has an open door communications policy on social media.

Equally Wed is an international online LGBTQ+ wedding magazine, book and education resource for LGBTQ+ couples and LGBTQ+ inclusive wedding professionals. Within our inspirational content, we focus on wedding planning, real weddings and engagements, marriage equality news and spotlights gay-friendly LGBTQ+ inclusive wedding vendors. Their content and founders have been featured in or on media outlets such as The New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, CNN, Pop Sugar, Glamour magazine, The Knot, Huffington Post, Curve magazine, The Advocate magazine, Autostraddle, A Practical Wedding, NPR, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and AP News.


Kirsten Ott Palladino, CIP
Editorial Director + Cofounder, Equally Wed
Educator, Equally Wed Pro: The LGBTQ+ Inclusive Certification Course
Author, Equally Wed: The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your LGBTQ+ Wedding (Seal Press)
pronouns: she / her / hers 


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