Director, Digital Content
As WeddingWire’s Director of Digital Content, Morgan Gibson oversees all digital editorial content strategy and execution. She has more than seven years experience working with wedding publications — getting her first start in bridal covering celebrity wedding cakes for People magazine — and more than 10 years of experience in digital content creation, lifestyle journalism and editorial. She has been with WeddingWire since 2017. Morgan lives in the suburbs of Washington, DC in the beautiful town of Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and 60-lb goldendoodle, Judy. Originally from Houston, Texas (and won’t soon let you forget it), Morgan is passionate about weddings, powerful women and baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie.
Morgan brings her expertise in digital content creation, combined with a love for lifestyle service journalism, to WeddingWire. Prior to joining WeddingWire, she worked as the Digital Editor at Brides, where she managed day-to-day editorial production, including freelance contributions, celebrity-focused content and more. Prior to diving into all things weddings, Morgan worked in food and lifestyle journalism. As the Assistant Editor at Every Day with Rachael Ray (now Rachael Ray In Season) she managed the Pet Project and Supermarket Smarts columns. From there, she went on to become the Associate Food & Lifestyle Editor at People, where she reported on everything from George and Amal's wedding cake predictions to the breaking news of Starbucks' latest seasonal beverage.
While in college, Morgan interned for and contributed to over a dozen publications, including Cosmopolitan, SELF, Glamour, American Journalism Review and Capitol File. She also served as a Capitol Hill reporter for a semester covering the Maryland environment beat for Capital News Services, reporting on all things congressional news impacting the state of Maryland, with her work published in The Baltimore Sun, FOX News and other publications.
Morgan attended the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Magazine Journalism, with minors in both women's and leadership studies.
Romance and whimsy. I loved the vibe of my wedding (I got married on the west coast of Florida in the spring of 2017) and would totally use it again. I’d label the style “romantic waterfront”, which is totally made up. I wish I was one of those cool chicks who could pull off a chic, black- and moody-accented aesthetic, but as Emily in Paris would say, I am ringarde.
Tahiti — overwater bungalow with frozen tiki drink in hand *chef’s kiss*.
Our first dance song was "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" by Stevie Wonder. My husband and I even learned a choreographed dance!
The Ralph Lauren gown Priyanka Chopra wore to her Christian wedding ceremony. Could I ever pull off something like that? Nope. But, that illusion high-neck, the button detailing, the 75-foot veil… it gets me every time, pure magic.
Articles published by Morgan Gibson
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