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Lindsay Pietroluongo is a content strategist and business technology writer specializing in long-form articles. Lindsay has been a freelance copywriter for over a decade, providing writing services to brands and individuals in the U.S. and abroad. Her primary and favorite content niches include entrepreneurship and freelance writing; health, fitness, and sports; Instagram marketing; and mobile photography. Lindsay also provides coaching and mentoring to other freelancers.
Lindsay is currently a contributing writer and copy editor to Home Hunts, Venture 4th Media’s clients, Mobiography, KLA Group, EyeEm, and Elegant Themes. Lindsay has written articles, edited and contributed to e-books and magazines, and created newsletters for these brands. Lindsay has also previously written for WeddingWire, Jumper Media, and Page One Power.
Lindsay is a graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in English, with a focus in writing.
Articles published by Lindsay Pietroluongo
Weddings are a blast, but the speeches—whether heartfelt or hilarious—remind everyone why they’re there: to celebrate two people in love. This wedding speech order will help the reception flow nicely.
Bridesmaids shouldn't be the only one that have some fun with the ask. Learn how to ask your groomsmen to be in your wedding with these helpful tips.
Once the reception is over, it can be pretty depressing to watch the blooms start to wilt. Luckily, there are tried-and-true ways to preserve your gorgeous flowers.
You don't have to be Kristen Wiig or Chris Rock to give a toast that's hilarious. Here’s how to write a wedding speech that will get your audience laughing out loud.
From brewery tours to cooking classes to a full-blown wellness retreat, these unique bachelorette party ideas all put a fun spin on the traditional last fling before the ring.
I want to share with you my experiences as a groomsgirl.
So many people are afraid of public speaking, but if you're given the chance to speak at someone's wedding, how do you overcome that? Here's what I did.
If you’re attending a wedding alone, you might find it difficult to push your self-consciousness aside and actually enjoy yourself.
Being part of someone’s wedding is a privilege, but it can also be a thorn in your side if the timeline for planning is short or the bride is overly demanding.