Best 5 UK Wedding Blogs

There was a time when planning your wedding meant reading all the wedding mags.

And then the dawn of the blog came into being and, frankly, thank fuck for that! Because magazines were, let’s face it, getting pretty dated and boring and repetitive. I wish there had been more blogs around when I was planning my wedding, it might have convinced me to make a few bolder choices about things!

Wedding blogs have brought the wedding industry slap bang into the 21st century and it is absolutely fantastic. What’s even better is that some of the best blogs around now aren’t just in the USA. In fact, we have a pretty amazing batch of them right here in the UK! There are absolutely loads of them to choose from but I just wanted to share with you my 5 favourite ones that I always recommend to my brides when they need inspiration. This list really isn’t the whole story though so if you’re looking for more ideas, find a good blog reader and get searching!

So, here are my top 5 UK Wedding Blogs (in no particular order)!:

1. Rock ‘n’ Roll Bride

I first stumbled across this blog when I was planning my own big day and, even though I’ve been married for 4 years now, I still follow and read it avidly! Kat was on to a seriously good thing when she started this blog – the industry was crying out for an alternative voice and she filled those shoes perfectly with her (then) pink hair, colourful tattoos and strong opinions (as well as not being afraid to say the word ‘fuck’ on a wedding blog!). She regularly shares some really unique weddings and some of the craziest ideas around but she’s also not afraid to push the boundaries. Her website really is a great one for inspiration if you’re looking to do something a little different with your big day.

Recent post: How to Start Planning Your Wedding

2. Bespoke Bride

When you first enter this website you are immediately blown away by how bright and colourful it is! From the get-go, Bespoke Bride has always been clearly about the bright colours and individuality when it comes to planning your wedding. And it is crammed full of loads of awesome DIY posts as well so there’s loads of things you can put together on a tiny budget for your own special day. Emily + Jess have really taken this blog from strength to strength, it’s a great one to follow for loads of inspiration for your wedding!

Recent post: 10 Posts to Kick Start Wedding Planning

3. Boho Weddings

For beautiful imagery and a more bohemian style of wedding, it has to be the Boho Wedding blog! I love the really natural vibe of the weddings shown here and the quality of images is always stunning. This blog is great for if you’re planning a more festival/tipi/down and dirty in the field type of wedding but with lots of style!

Recent post: Boho’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017 – Readers Choice

4. Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

WWW doesn’t just have to mean World Wide Web! This blog has a really lovely, fresh feel to it. Lots of really pretty weddings, tons of great ideas and a real emphasis on awesome imagery. Louise caters to all styles and tastes, this blog really is all about inspiring you at the beginning of your wedding planning journey.

Recent post: Edgy Emerald City Wedding Ideas

5. And So To Wed

And So To Wed is a really community and current affairs driven blog, which I love! They’re not always swayed by all the pretty things 😉 They place a lot of emphasis on bigging up suppliers, promoting small businesses and championing handmade over mass produced, which I really do love so much. Louise is the girl behind ASTW and she has a great team of collaborators as well. As with all wedding blogs, there’s always lots of advice and inspiration, but I love their tongue-in-cheek posts too (see below).

Recent post: This Markles The End Of Princess Dreams Everywhere

So there you have it, my top 5 favourite UK wedding blogs for ideas, inspiration and a lot of ogling at awesome photographs too.

 

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