Fashion and Lifestyle Expert
Sarah Zlotnick is an award-winning lifestyle journalist and editor, who has written about weddings extensively for nearly a decade. She is currently Deputy Editor at Philadelphia magazine, where she also served as Senior Lifestyle Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Philadelphia Weddings magazine. Sarah was Editor at WeddingWire from 2014 to 2015, and Weddings Editor at Washingtonian Weddings from 2015 to 2017. A Georgetown University graduate, Sarah lives in the Washington, DC area.
Sarah is the Deputy Editor at Philadelphia magazine, a position she has held since January 2020. She was also Senior Lifestyle Editor at Philadelphia and Editor-in-Chief of Philadelphia Weddings magazine, which won a Best Wedding Ancillary Publication Award from the City & Regional Magazine Association in 2020. Before Philadelphia magazine, Sarah was the Wedding and Fashion Editor at Washingtonian magazine and Washingtonian Weddings, a publication that also won the Best Wedding Ancillary Publication Award from the City & Regional Magazine Association in 2017.
Prior to Washingtonian, Sarah was an Editor at WeddingWire, specializing in registry, bridal fashion, jewelry, and beauty. She made several in-person and television appearances on behalf of WeddingWire, including on Good Morning America.
Sarah started her career at Washingtonian magazine, where she served as Associate Fashion Editor. She is also a former Associate Web Editor and Web Intern at the magazine.
Sarah is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies with a focus on Consumer Culture.
Articles published by Sarah Zlotnick
In the long list of things to do to prepare for your wedding, finding your wedding dress should be one of the first things you knock off—right after securing a venue.
Check out these nine useful tips towards finding your perfect outfit(s).
This knotted yarn lattice photo backdrop was designed to mimic the crochet styles of the 70s, so it's perfect for a boho wedding!
This lace doily DIY cost under $12—and took us less than an hour to make.
The secret to glowing skin begins way before your wedding day, but here are some crunch time tricks just in case.
The easiest way to set up a photo booth at your wedding venue? Build the backdrop ahead of time, then snap it into place at the venue!
Check out the step-by-step process!
Read on for instructions!
Covering a favor box in washi tape takes under 2 minutes per box, and adding the white heart on top is even easier!
Simple white wedding favor boxes are easy to customize to match your wedding theme and decor!
Here’s everything you need to know about meeting friends and family, behaving appropriately, giving a gift, and just overall not coming off like a total horse head.