For most people, it only happens once in a lifetime. Even for those who might be about to enter into their second marriage, a wedding is still a momentous occasion, representing one of the most important milestones in their lives. With so much emotional significance attached to the event, no wonder that no expense is spared and every effort are exerted to make it a truly memorable event.
But pulling off a perfect wedding is no walk in the park. The planning state is enough to give you a headache; there are just too many loose ends to tie, too many choices to make. Fortunately, we are now living in the digital age, where the resource on any topic can be found on the web. We have listed below some of the most informative and helpful wedding blogs to make your wedding planning a bit easier.
You might think that the Love My Dress site is all about bridal fashion. Well, it has an entire category dedicated to nothing but bridal fashion and, with its tons of articles filled with stunning photographs, it’s hard not to get inspired on the perfect bridal gown for you. But the site is actually a complete wedding blog and covers weddings of famous people, wedding accessories, shoes, jewelry, rings, style and makeup, photographers, etc. In other words, the site basically covers everything you can think of about weddings.
If you are a professional working in the wedding industry, Wedding Wire Edu is the perfect wedding blog for you. It can be thought of as a resource site for wedding professionals filled with tips and advice on how to improve your online visibility and exposure. It contains the latest SEO, social media, lead generation, analytics and sales tactics trends that you will need to survive the competition.
If you are still in the planning stage of your dream wedding, you should give Rock My Wedding a visit. The site is full of wedding ideas that would definitely rock your big day. If you are the DIY type of person, you’ll find its DIY & Tutorials section very helpful with ideas on how to create a rose and waxflower floral crown, pink floral soda bar and other ideas you can try out to make your wedding one of a kind.
If you want your wedding to be Indian-themed, WedMeGood is the perfect wedding blog to visit. Through the site, you can search for the perfect venue, photographer, bridal makeup, wedding decorators and bridal and groom’s wear, all rated based on customer experience. The blog also contains tons of photos which might just give you the inspiration you need as you plan how to put your touch to your own Indian-themed wedding.
If you plan to invite only your close friends on your big day, Intimate Weddings is the go-to site for you. Blog author Christina should know what goes into the planning of small wedding (75 and below guests) as she wrote the book Intimate Weddings: Planning a Small Wedding that Fits Your Budget and Style after finding out during the planning stage of her 50-guest wedding that there is a void of resource for that niche. On her blog, you’ll find everything there is to know about how to pull off a perfect intimate wedding.
The Weddingstar blog prides itself on knowing the tiniest details of wedding planning. After all, they have more than 30 years of experience in the wedding business. If you’re running low on inspiration, looking for wedding tips, themes or accessories, you’ll definitely find what you are looking for on this blog. Plus, they have tons of cool DIY projects to make your big days stand out from the rest.
For those who dare to defy tradition, Confetti Daydreams is the wedding blog for you. While the site has tons of resources to help you plan your wedding, it also encourages you to get in touch with your fun and flirty side to add your own personal touch to the occasion.
A wedding blog and directory rolled into one; you’ll likely find the answers to questions that may come up during your wedding planning stage. Or if all else fails, you’ll definitely find its directory useful. You can search any supplier or wedding expert by location to help you out in your time of need.
There will always be times when you ran low on inspiration, even during the wedding planning stage. But fret not. With Whimsical Wonderland Weddings around, you’ll get back on your feet and find the perfect idea to try out on your wedding. The site contains inspiring articles such as “My Favourite 10 Weddings of the Year 2017” as well as a Planning & Ideas section to keep your creative juices flowing.
Planning your wedding on a budget? According to the Broke-Ass Bride blog, “it’s not about how much you spend, it’s how you spend it!” And that explains what the site is all about. Packed with crafty ideas, it shows that with a little creativity, your money will go a long, long way.
Together with her husband Micheal, Katelyn James runs a photography business as well as their site. Actually, the Katelyn James blog is an offshoot of their photography business. In this site, you’ll find tons of gorgeous photos, a testament to their caliber of wedding photography. Even if you don’t hire the team, browse through their work, and you’ll likely find exciting ideas that you may want to try out at your own wedding.
Just a glance at its homepage and you’ll see that NU Bride is a professional site. Also, you’ll realize that you will likely find the solution you’ve been looking for. It has a Planning Advice section, Inspiration, Real Couples, Love & Relationships, Wellbeing as well as Hair & Beauty sections. With the resources on this blog, you’ll breeze through whatever problems you might encounter while on your wedding planning stage.
According to the blog’s author Victoria, the site is the culmination of her simmering obsession with weddings which started when she was still a child. In fact, she has to coerce her younger sister and cousin to play “weddings” with her and ditched her neuroscience bachelor’s degree to be a wedding planner. As such, you’ll find tons of useful wedding planning tips on this blog. Definitely worth a visit.
You’ll find everything you need while planning your wedding at Wedding Friends. Its directory contains suggestions on where to seek assistance with photography, videography, planning, makeup, hair styling, flowers, venue, décor and hire, wedding DJs, catering, performers, accessories, gift ideas and more. The blog even has a DIY section for those brave enough to try it out on their own.
Norwegian Wedding Blog, also known as the Norwegian Wedding Magazine, and it’s all about wedding planning. Lisa, the founder and creative editor of the blog, is passionate about wedding due to her background in interior styling, home decoration, designing weddings as well as her love of photography. Visit the site and get inspiring ideas that you can adapt to your own event.
As you might have guessed from the blog’s name alone, Destination Wedding Directory is all about giving you endless options for the venue of your wedding. The exciting thing is that it has global coverage with wedding venues from Africa, Asia, Australia & Oceania, Europe, North and South America. If you’re overwhelmed with the variety of options, try reading “Top Wedding Destinations of 2017,” and you might get an idea or two.
The Boston-based blog is all about wedding fashion. For the brides, it is the go-to site if you want dresses that stand out from the rest. The site offers a stunning collection curated by various suppliers. In addition, the blog prides itself on the answer to the often forgotten niche of bridesmaid fashion and offers more variety and style.
According to its founder and author Sara Kennedy, you’ll find everything you need to know about wedding and more on her blog. It contains articles on proposing to wedding planning, finding your venue to floral arrangements and of course dresses to dancing. With such a wealth of knowledge in a single blog, it is a must-visit for those who plan to tie the knot.
Wouldn’t it be perfect if you can capture true love on film? That is exactly what Dream Love Photography aims to do. The team, composed of Katie and Max, admits that they are not exactly your usual typical wedding photographers who require hours of set up for a photo shoot. Rather, they prefer to capture candid moments, natural moments and the little details to make your wedding truly unique.
For the team behind Sweetheart Events, nothing should be spared to make your proposals and weddings as memorable and fun as it should be. In fact, it is their driving passion to make these significant moments in your life truly stand out and be remembered for the rest of your life. They can handle the little details to make your proposals glitch-free and your weddings a one of a kind affair. If you’re too busy to mind the little details, let the professionals from Sweetheart Events take care of everything.
You’ll come to love Sandy Malone. A former political journalist, she is now a destination wedding planner, and her articles regularly find their way to BRIDES and The Huffington Post. Being a very hand on the person, you’ll find a lot of inspiration on her blog especially if you want a DIY wedding.
The Fig Tree Pictures site is actually the online presence of Fig Tree Photography. It started in 2011 with the aim of delivering the best experience from start to finish. A wedding ceremony lasts only a day, but their photos will last a lifetime, priceless treasures that capture the grand occasion so you can revisit those happy memories anytime. Head over the testimonials, and you’ll see that clients have nothing but praises for the team’s stunning and amazing work.
Alison Yin Photography is a couple who specialize in wedding photography. From the tons of testimonials from their happy and satisfied customers, you’ll get the idea that they really know how to exceed the expectations of the clients every time. You can book them, but even if you’re just browsing through, you’ll still be able to get tons of cool photography ideas you can try on your own photo-shoot.
Beautiful and elegant flower arrangements and the right décor could set the ambiance for a perfect wedding. At Blum Floral Design, they have elevated floral arrangement into art, which explains why they are the most sought-after flower arrangement expert for weddings and other events. Visit the site’s gallery and be amazed by the variety of floral designs available. Who knows, you might even manage to pull it off on your own.
If you’re the type of person who prefers a hands-on approach to your wedding, DIY Wedding Mentor is the perfect site for you. As their tagline puts it “Have an amazing wedding, without a wedding planner.” As you go along in planning your own wedding, you’ll find useful tips from the site every step of the way. Indeed, why hire someone else when you can do it yourself while having a fun learning experience along the way?
The firm actually has a global clientele – hotels, publications and large and small businesses that aim to provide only the best images representing their brand in brochures, websites and other marketing materials. However, Pamela Barefoot Events + Design also handles wedding photography, if you can foot the bill that is. Even if you can’t, head over to their gallery and get inspiration or two.
I’m sure you’ve heard the idiom a picture paints a thousand words before. However, when it comes to wedding photos, you better make sure you get it right the first time because there won’t be a reshoot. Thus, if you want a worry-free wedding photography, contact Sydney-based Daylight. But you better be quick about it – the studio has a limit of only 35 couples per year and, with an international clientele, you’ll likely run into some serious competition for a spot.
The Claire Pettibone Collection represents the haute couture in bridal fashion. At an early age, Claire is already immersed in art and, after studying at Otis Parsons School of Design in Los Angeles, it came as no surprise that she would soon make a name for herself in the bridal fashion industry. Her collection is being sold by retailers all over the world. Head over to her site for a glimpse of what a high fashion bridal dress should be.
As hinted by its name, the Wedding Gown Town is all about bridal fashion. Yes, the site contains wedding gowns of all shapes, styles, and sizes. You’ll never run out of inspiration on what bridal style would look best on you. In fact, you will likely find that there are more than one perfect dresses for you and you know have the difficult problem of choosing only one. Good luck.
In case you are wondering, the blog is run by Sandals Resorts, a Jamaican-based chain of resorts operating in the Caribbean and sister firm Beaches Resorts. If you want a beach wedding, this is the perfect site for you. After all, who wouldn’t want a Caribbean beach wedding? But if you don’t plan on choosing the Caribbean you will still get plenty of beach wedding ideas from the site. Definitely a must-visit site even if you’re not planning on a wedding yet. The beach views are simply stunning.