A Real Bride’s Guide – Kelly Robertson
Kelly Robertson created A Real Bride’s Guide because ‘different shouldn’t be difficult to find’ and now, thanks to her, it really isn’t. Kelly’s blog has a pretty, rustic style and her posts feature unique, original products such as invites, gift lists, wedding cards and more to help out her fellow brides in their search for wedding supplies with a difference. ‘Here’s to you Mrs. Robertson…’
Rock n Roll Bride – Kat Williams
In the words of Nickelback, ‘we all just want to be big rockstars’ but when it comes to wedding bloggers, Kat Williams really did bring rock n roll to the wedding industry and is now one of the most influential names in the UK wedding scene. Her loud, proud and tattooed style celebrates alternative weddings that range from Back to The Future themed days to low-key weddings in some truly unique (and beautiful) venues. It’s the wedding blog that all others are measured against.
Creative Brides is the ideal blog to follow if you’re set on the idea of a D.I.Y wedding. By that, we don’t mean ditching the vicar or licensed marriage official in favour of the groom’s best man (although it worked well enough in Friends) but rather creating amazing wedding decorations, themes and touches for the big day while saving money. This fantastic blog shows that weddings can still be beautiful without having to re-mortgage the house/car/cat/kids.
Juno & Joy – Sarah Christopher
Another fantastic blog that we’ve featured before and continues to improve, Juno & Joy is proof that starting over can sometimes lead to beautiful things. When Sarah Christopher moved on from her first wedding blog, she was unaware that she was about to create one of the UK’s most helpful sources of bridal inspiration. Today, she’s put together a ‘collective’ of knowledgeable experts and wedding professionals to ease the worries of stressed out brides-to-be with some seriously useful words of advice.
Want That Wedding – Sonia Collett
Sonia’s eclectic taste in wedding style makes for a colourful explosion of features providing as many ideas for a traditional, glamorous wedding day as an alternative celebration of the happy couple’s love. She’s ‘obsessed with beautiful photography’ and honestly we’re glad that she is, because otherwise we might not have seen these sublime bridal photo shoots.
Dotty Vintage Weddings – Tilly & Her Team
If you’re in love with retro-chic fashion, then Tilly Corke’s Dotty Vintage Weddings can be a fabulous blog to follow in the run-up to your special day. Tilly proves that sometimes, all it takes to make a wedding unique is a stylish blast from the past, whether that comes in the form of a vintage wedding dress, a classic car or a cake that looks as if it’s been freshly made on the set of The Great British Bake Off.
The English Wedding Blog – Claire Gould
The English Wedding Blog celebrates the country’s most stylish weddings, and before we continue we should warn you that this is definitely the kind of gorgeous site that’ll have you openly grinning ear to ear so it’s best to avoid reading on the sly in work. But the facts are that these pictures are so beautiful, and Claire Gould’s sage words are so interesting to read that you probably won’t be able to help yourself. For ideas on venues, dresses and themes whatever the season, The English Wedding Blog is the one.
French Wedding Style – Monique Trulove
France has long been known as the land of love and romance (which might be something to do with our crush on Fred Sirieix from First Dates) and Monique Trulove does a stunning job of showing us why. Whether you’re just looking for a little Francois style for your special day or an all-out bridal celebration on the other side of the English Channel, French Wedding Style can inspire with a wonderful range of high-class suppliers.
Asian Wedding Ideas – Rabbia Ali Shah
Rabbia’s striking collection of real weddings serves as the perfect inspiration for any Asian bride-to-be. With Bollywood themed receptions and fabulous ceremonies in some unique venues as well as some top tips for nervous nearly-weds, Asian Wedding Ideas is a blog that you can really sink your teeth into ahead of the big day.
Rock My Wedding – Charlotte O’Shea
Rock My Wedding isn’t just a blog these days, it’s an ever-popular planning resource that many recently married women call ‘essential’. But still, at the heart of it all there’s still Charlotte O’Shea, blogging away about all things fashionably bridal while featuring some of the UK’s most enviable weddings. Rock My Wedding features simply beautiful imagery, great advice for new brides, handpicked suppliers and one of the most ‘Pinteresting’ blogs we’ve ever seen. Rock on!