Every wedding blog has its own style, purpose, and voice to it.
Some of my personal favorites include:
I love their effortlessly pretty and fun style. They also have useful and stylish printables available on the site for your own DIY wedding projects. From smartphone wallpaper to invitation designs, they always have well-designed freebies to pull ideas from or use for your big day.
Style Me Pretty
is known for featuring dreamy weddings. SMP always has tons of visual eye candy to get your mind going about what your dream wedding will be like.
For the Budget Savvy
The Budget Savvy Bride
With the average cost of weddings totaling as much as $30K, many couples need to find ways to save a few dollars here and there. This is where resources like come in. The best part about BSB is the Real Weddings section, where they break down real weddings by budget. This helps couples get a realistic idea about what’s possible within their set budget and how other couples have made it work. BSB’s real wedding budget breakdowns range from $1K to $20K+.
Top Wedding Trends
Belle the Magazine
Most of the focus is on particular trends for different items, such as cakes, centerpieces, bridal fashion and more.
For the Vintage-Inspired
is perfect for the vintage and handmade-idea-focused bride. It’s an amazing resource for fresh and pretty ideas, and just like some of these other lovely blogs, they offer free printables and feature great DIY projects.
For all Your Wedding Advice Needs
provides really helpful wedding advice from real brides. Weddingbee is updated daily by 20+ brides across the country who provide the most up-to-date advice for brides-to-be everywhere. Weddingbee has a very strong community, including active boards where brides ask and answer each other’s questions.
Every Last Detail
Lauren at is a planner-turned-blogger. Best part? The wedding planning section. Breaking tips down by budget, wedding style, honeymoon and every other detail you might think of, she has created a wonderful resource for brides. Another plus is her “Ask Lauren” advice section, where you can ask for expert answers to all of your biggest wedding dilemmas.
The Offbeat Empire is such a kick-ass team! They constantly come up with unique, original wedding ideas and they have a great attitude about things - just really authentic and helpful.
For the Giggles
The Knotty Bride
I love . Come here for the laughs and Bambino (her adorable puppy), while still getting the real rundown on wedding know-hows and words of wisdom. TKB showcases the best of the industry, and you always feel as if she’s speaking directly to you – basically, the best kind of commentary.
For the DIY-Loving Bride
is such a comprehensive resource to help you learn how to become your very own Martha Stewart. DIY centerpieces, activities for your guests, etc.
For the Modern Bride
Brooklyn Bride’s editor is an interior designer by day and blogger by night. Great for the modern aesthetic.
Others that have been mentioned here already but worth mentioning again:
International Based Blogs:
There are so many awesome wedding blogs out there. Really just depends on what you're looking for or your personal taste.
Let me know if I missed any other favorites.