Inspired Wedding Blogs That Make Planning Fun!
Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and it’s certainly no easy feat to plan. There is so much to consider when planning a wedding that showcases you and your future spouse’s style and personalities. The internet is an invaluable resource when it comes to just about anything, and that includes finding your personal wedding aesthetic.
If you became engaged over the holiday season and are looking for a little inspiration, these blogs are the perfect starting point. Here are some of our favorite wedding blogs.
If you find yourself saying “y’all” on a regular basis and sweet tea is your drink of choice, then Southern Weddings magazine is the bridal blog for you. Scroll through pictures of beautiful Southern weddings, use “The Honey List” to plan the honeymoon of your dreams, and shop for tried-and-true wedding professionals using their Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory. This blog-slash-magazine is perfect for any bride who hopes to put a sweet Southern touch on their big day.
Maggie Lord created Rustic Wedding Chic out of frustration when she had trouble finding ideas while planning her own wedding. Since then, the blog has become a go-to resource for couples planning rustic, country-chic weddings. The blog provides a slew of DIY guides for crafty brides and grooms, with guides to creating centerpieces, place cards, table settings, cake toppers, favors, flower crowns, and more. Rustic Wedding Chic also features a guide to recommended vendors across the country.
Valley & Company is headed by a husband and wife team that has made a profession and life out of event planning. You can rest assured that both the bride and groom are equally represented while scrolling through breathtaking images from weddings Valley & Company has helped to organize. You’re sure to find at least one idea for your big day.
If you’re the type who prefers a personal touch and dislikes run-of-the-mill ideas, Oh Lovely Day is your wedding blog paradise. Founder Chandra was inspired to start the blog while planning her own wedding. In it, you’ll find everything from engagement photo shoot inspiration, to how to find the perfect dress, to DIY projects to make your own table numbers, drink stirrers, and more.
Some brides want nothing but the best for their big day, and for a good reason. For the discerning bride who has an eye for good taste and impeccable style, Weddings Unveiled has everything you need, from flowers, to favors, to fashion. You can also subscribe to Weddings Unveiled magazine for additional inspiration, not to mention material for your wedding planning binder.
6. Trendy Groom
The blogs we’ve mentioned thus far tend to focus solely on the bride and her big day, but as we know, it takes two people to get married. What about the groom? Trendy Groom is strictly for the man of the hour. Find tips on picking out the right tux and dress shoes, taking great pictures, and more.
Vintage is one wedding trend that will never go away. Chic Vintage Brides has everything you need to put together a classic, beautiful, and perfectly vintage soiree. They also have a directory where you can find trusted, professional vendors, an inspiration tab where you can get ideas for everything from lighting, to DIY tablescapes, to cakes, so you can make your vintage wedding dreams a reality.
The little things speak volumes. Don’t forget about your invitations and other forms of artistic media. Small details can put an extra special touch on your big day. If you want to add a hint of creativity to your wedding invitations, menus, place cards, or programs, take the time to explore Momental Designs. Their beautiful calligraphy, hand painted designs, and embellishments will really make a statement with your guests.
This is just a sample of the hundreds of wedding blogs at your fingertips. If you’re in the midst of wedding planning, wedding blogs are your source of ideas and inspiration. All you have to do is look. Happy planning!
*Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in May 2016. However, it has since been updated to reflect the most accurate information.