4.09.2014

What We Read: Bridal Blogs


Since getting engaged last November, J and I have thrown ourselves headfirst into wedding planning. We've discussed colour schemes, met with florists and decor companies and scouted possible locations for an engagement photo shoot. Before getting engaged, I never gave a second thought to all the little details that go into planning a wedding. There are tons of options and the potential to be overwhelmed is very real. A number of my “Mrs” friends suggested that I gather ideas from wedding blogs. I started with the usual suspects; Weddingbells, 100 Layer Cake, Wedluxe and The Wedding Co. While these were a great place to start, I soon realized that my style was a little different… slightly quirky, you could say. I decided to dive a little further into the world of wedding blogs and carve out a list of favourites.






Hailing from the UK, Laura and Kelly cater to the free-spirited, quirky bride - someone who’s planning a wedding full of individualism. If you’re into Boho chic, this blog is for you. Bonus: follow these ladies on Instagram!

Launched in 2007, Snippet & Ink is the blog for the sophisticated lady looking for a unique and elegant day. There’s tons of focus on DIY and real weddings, so it’s a perfect place to gather ideas.

Written by IRL couple Jen and Jason, Green Wedding Shoes believes that there is no right way to host a wedding, that couples should break traditions and personalize their day however possible. In addition to sharing unique and creative real weddings, Green Wedding Shoes posts DIY projects and looks at emerging trends in bridal.

Wedding Sparrow
This blog is obsessed with pretty! Wedding Sparrow focuses on fine art weddings, authentic and inspirational events where personality shines through, all showcased through a film photography lens. 

Magnolia Rouge
Magnolia Rouge brings you a daily dose of lovely, via New Zealand. Focusing on real weddings and styled shoots, this blog also has an amazing section full of inspiration boards, simply organized by colour scheme.

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