We may be a little bit biased but we think wedding blogs are pretty awesome.
We’re guessing you do too, seeing as you’re here. (Yay! Thanks for stopping by!)
Not only are blogs free to browse but all the pretty and helpful content sticks around forever (so you never miss an issue!) and if you can’t find something you love on one, you can simply click onto another. The options for big day inspiration are endless!
Thanks to the wide range of wedding bloggers out there from all over the world, each from diverse backgrounds sharing their personal take on all things wedding related, there is something to inspire every kind of couple and every kind of wedding.
Diverse Wedding Inspiration With A Personal Touch
Not all wedding blogs are the same. They might all have real weddings, styled shoots, or bridal collections, but each blog and the people behind them have their own unique spin on helping you to create your best day ever.
Whether it’s an aesthetic for fine art or for fun, a niche for reaching out to a particular kind of couple or a certain kind of wedding (rustic, budget, modern), wedding blogs are filled with fresh ideas, insightful inspiration and a personal touch.
And because we know full well just how much love, hard work and caffeine-fuelled late nights go into running a wedding blog (not to mention all the hard work that brides, grooms and talented vendors pour into the weddings and shoots we collectively get to feature each and every day!) we figured it was high time we shared the love for our fellow wedding blogs.
Our Guide to Wedding Blogs for Every Kind of Couple And Every Kind of Wedding
What we love about wedding blogs is that you can follow as many as you like, because each one is different.
So we encourage straight couples to borrow ideas from same sex weddings, Irish couples to take colour palette looks from Indian weddings, and modern city couples to check out rustic bashes for flowers and decor inspiration – you never know what you might discover!
We’ve broken down each blog niche by niche to help you on your way but we’re not that into pigeonholing. So, just because we’ve listed a blog for quirky weddings, doesn’t mean it doesn’t also have dreamy pictures, multi-cultural real weddings and feminist ideas. (We bloggers can wear lots of hats at the same time!)
While it’s impossible to fit every awesome wedding blog on the list (we stopped counting past 100!) we reckon every single couple will find something in here that will suit their kind of celebration, regardless of their skin colour, nationality, sexual orientation, shape, class or style.
Because that’s the great thing about the internet, right? It’s free, and it’s for everyone.
And if your fave wedding blog isn’t on the list (or if you write a blog you’d love to share!) please leave the link in the comments below, so we (and the wonderful BM readers) can check it out.
A blog dedicated to proposals, engagements and bling!
Wedding Blogs for Lunchtime Browsing/Swooning
These are the blogs we love to go to for a quick fix of all things wedding from easy DIYs to adorable proposals. Think regularly updated inspired ideas and pretty pics.
Wedding Blogs for Sheer Prettiness
These are the (often fine art focused) blogs we go to when we want a good swoon sesh (warning; you might get lost in some of these for hours!)
Eco-Friendly Wedding Blogs
For couples who want to create a big day that gives back.
Same Sex Wedding Blogs
Wedding inspiration for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender couples – along with cool ideas for everyone else.
Gay Wedding Blog (UK focused)
Wedding Blog With Plus Sized Couples In Mind
Lots of inspiration and ideas for plus sized brides and grooms.
(We loved featuring founder and editor, Shafone’s top 10 plus sized wedding dress designers on Bridal Musings.)
Feminist Wedding Blogs
Because getting married doesn’t mean you have to adhere to stereotypes…
Wedding Blogs For Grooms
Weddings are so often all about the bride. These blogs are aiming to change that.
Wedding Blogs With A Focus On Photography
Not sure what type of wedding photography to go for yet? Check out these blogs that feature a range of photography styles.
Moment Junkie – Reportage / documentary style wedding photography
Indian & South Asian Wedding Blogs
Bold colours and rich traditions, these beautiful blogs lead the way with Indian and South Asian wedding inspiration.
Christian Wedding Blog
Jewish Wedding Blogs
Blogs filled with chic ideas for modern Jewish (and inter-faith) couples.
Muslim Wedding Blog
Beautiful inspiration for Muslim brides, grooms and wedding planners.
Multi-Faith Wedding Blog
A cool blog filled with inspired ideas for every faith.
Blogs With Black Brides And Grooms In Mind
It can be so hard to find hair and make-up inspiration for brides of colour on mainstream blogs, but these sites are filled with gorgeous ideas for black brides and grooms to swoon over.
Latino Wedding Blog
A handy planning resource for Latino couples.
Military Wedding Blog
Military couples deserve the most amazing wedding days, blogs like this will help you create it.
Because when you think about it, it’s pretty much the most important part of the day!
An inspiration and advice blog you can follow when you work out or make your daily commute.
Budget Wedding Blogs
Being on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t have the day of your dreams. Check out some of our favourite blogs with serious skills in chic frugality.
Practical & Helpful Wedding Blogs
It’s all well and good being inspired, but when it comes down to it, wedding planning is all about organisation. These are our favourite blogs that keep us in line, and on time, with our wedding planning.
Quirky Wedding Blogs
Offbeat blogs for kooky couples, if you want your wedding day to be a little left of centre – these are the wedding blogs for you.
Wedding Blogs for Cool Couples
The hipsters, the eclectics and the utterly stylish, these are the blogs where the cool kids hang out.
Destination Wedding Blogs
Planning an elopement, or want to make a break for it with your friends and family? Spin the globe and pick a place with these well-heeled, well-travelled wedding blogs.
Wedding Inspiration from Around the World
From Australia to Canada, South Africa to Singapore and Fiji to France, get some international inspiration from the finest wedding blogs around the world.
One Fab Day – Ireland
Belle & Chic – Mediterranean
French Wedding Style – France
Trendy Wedding – France
Un Beau Jour – France
The Norweigen Wedding Blog – Scandinavia
Bajan Wed – Barbados and the Tropics
Vale & Vine – Canada
Champagne Sweets – Canada
My Lovely Wedding – UAE
Lace in the Desert – UAE
Bride Club ME – UAE
My Day / Hatunot Blog – Israel
The Wedding Scoop – Singapore
Simply Peachy – Australia and Hong Kong
Confetti Daydreams – South Africa
Southbound Bride – South Africa
Bontle Bride – South Africa
Bula Bride – Fiji
Nouba – Australia
Brisbane Wedding Weekly – Australia
Polka Dot Bride – Australia
Love 4 Wed – Greece
Paper and Lace – New Zealand
Styled In Lace – Canada
Love Weddings NG – Nigeria
Please do let us know if you have any more to add, we want to make this list as helpful as possible for all our readers, wherever you may be in the world.
UK Wedding Blogs
We’re all for supporting home-grown UK wedding blogs so whether you’re GB-based, or reading from abroad, check out the best of what Brit bloggers have to offer.
Brides Up North – with a focus on the North of England
We Fell in Love – with a focus on Scottish Weddings
Braw Brides – with a focus on Scottish Weddings
UK Wedding Venue Blog
Yep, there is a wedding blog that focuses on helping you find your dream wedding venue in the UK. How handy is that?
Local Wedding Blogs in the U.S.
The United States might boast some of the biggest wedding blogs on the internet, but we’re all about keeping it local. Check out a wedding blog near you, for the prettiest real weddings, and best industry vendors in your area.
Southern Weddings – The South
Tidewater & Tulle – Southeastern Virginia
Floridian Social – Florida
Apple Brides – Inland Northwest
Southern California Bride – Southern California
Marry Me Tampa Bay – Tampa Bay
United With Love – Washington DC
Capitol Romance – Washington DC
Bayside Bride – Annapolis and Chesapeake
Lela New York – New York
Little Vegas Wedding – Las Vegas
Hill City Bride – Lynchburg
Joy Wed – Canada
Wedding Blog For Couples Who Are Remarrying
Blogs for Wedding Styling Inspiration
From super niche blogs, to those with a serious appreciation for a well-chosen palette, get ideas for your overall look and inspiration for your finishing touches, in these super pretty corners of the blogosphere.
Blogs for Modern & Classic Weddings
Elegant gowns, effortless decor, crisp stationery and pretty backdrops; start planning your modern or classic celebration with these chic blogs.
Wedding Blog For Brides Over 40
Rustic Wedding Blogs
Oh we do love a good barn dance, countryside bash or garden wedding and these blogs are crammed with ideas for the perfect rustic celebration.
DIY Wedding Blogs
DIY is perhaps the biggest trend in weddings over the last few years and these blogs are leading the way with inspired ideas, tutorials, and guides for a bespoke bash.
Vintage Wedding Blogs
Another big trend in weddings that isn’t going anywhere, find ideas for your by-gone bash on these vintage-obsessed wedding blogs.
Blogs for All-Round Inspiration
The last on our list, these are the well established and super inspirational blogs that have been around since Elizabeth was planning her own nuptials. Expect real weddings, style ideas, DIY projects and decor inspiration. Newly engaged? We suggest you bookmark a few of these.
So, where do we fall in?
Well our aim for Bridal Musings to be a little bit of all your favourites. Helpful advice, unique ideas, beautiful real weddings, fabulous style, nifty DIYs, and hopefully – with your help – plenty of diversity too.
Now, we’d love to invite you to share your favourite blogs in the comments below. And if you are a wedding blogger please do share your blog url and a little bit about what couples can expect to find on your blog in the comments.
You never can have too many wedding blogs, right?!
Read more about The Need for More Diversity in the Wedding Industry.