15 Best Wedding Blogs (Slideshow)
May 13, 2014
Get help planning your big day with help from these blogs
15. The Broke-Ass Bride
It is possible to have a great wedding on a budget and The Broke-Ass Bride proves it. Within this blog you will find plenty of DIY advice, as well as timely discounts on dresses, invitations, lingerie, and more.
14. Grooms Advice
With the focus on wedding blogs for brides, the grooms are bound to feel a bit left out. Send them to Grooms Advice and they will actually enjoy getting involved, but don’t be shocked if he comes back ready to ask for a Groom’s Home Improvement Shower.
13. Offbeat Bride
If you have visions of a Star Wars themed reception or a groom who is dressed as a knight in shining armor, chances are your friends think you’re crazy, but Offbeat Bride won’t. Check out this blog to justify that your wildest dreams aren’t so wild after all.
12. The Perfect Palette
One of the big decisions you need to make for your wedding is what color theme to use and The Perfect Palette is here to help. It’s all about the color combinations here and how to use them in clothing, décor and food to make your day picture perfect.
11. Rock N’ Roll Bride
If you want your wedding to be more about the good time than the good china, Rock N’ Roll Bride is your place. This blog features unique weddings from around the globe and will have you smiling and laughing as you take notes.
10. Wedding Bee
If you are looking for something in particular, Wedding Bee, may not be your place, but all prospective brides (and grooms) should take a look through this eclectic blog for tips you didn’t know you needed. It also has a classified section so if you are searching for items like a Rustic Branch Design Bubble Package, you need to look no further.
9. One Wed
With topics such as “The Novelist and The Confectioner” and “Retro Wedding Complete with Automobiles, Antiques, and a Beagle,” you’ll never get bored reading through One Wed. Be sure to also check out their “Food” section for unique reception ideas.
8. Love My Dress
This wedding blog is both attractive and user-friendly, which explains why Love My Dress has more Facebook followers than nearly all the other sites. There’s even a section on “Wedding Films” if you’d like to get some ideas by watching first hand.
7. Once Wed
You’ll find a wealth of information on Once Wed to plan every detail of your wedding, with a focus on keeping to that budget. You can purchase used wedding gowns here and learn how to make your own French braids so you can ditch the expensive hairdresser.
Ruffled not only offers a huge amount of DIY advice, but it also helps you get rid of it all – while earning some dough. This wedding blog has a “Recycle Your Wedding” section that allows you to sell everything from your wedding shoes to your homemade centerpieces.
5. Green Wedding Shoes
Green Wedding Shoes offers a bit of everything in its blog and you have to love the mixture. If you want to throw a reception in a warehouse, take a honeymoon glamping or get a bridesmaid gown that can be worn five different ways, you can find it at this site.
4. Martha Stewart Weddings: The Bride’s Guide
We expect a lot from Martha Stewart, and she delivers on The Bride’s Guide. A handful of bloggers tell tales of weddings, rehearsal dinners and more, but in addition to offering up its own info on cakes, invites, fashion and more, this site provides links to two dozen other blogs Stewart loves.
3. Wedding Wire
While the site itself isn’t a blog, in their blog section you’ll find plenty of advice and ideas on Wedding Wire, as well as stories about real weddings. This website keeps up-to-date with the latest trends in the wedding world, especially when it comes to fashion.
2. Wedding Chicks
The bright and beautiful photos on this site have helped it earn nearly 5 million followers on Pinterest, but that’s not the best asset here. Wedding Chicks has a whole section of “Free Printables.” These customizable wedding invitation sets, save-the-dates and more can save you quite a bit.
1. Style Me Pretty
This blog is a one-stop shop, with stories and photos of weddings for every budget and style imaginable. Style Me Pretty helps you find all the vendors you could possibly need, but also offers up DIY advice on creating flowers, fashion accessories, wedding cakes and more.