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The Top 5 Wedding Blogs of 2017

September 20, 2017

If you are getting married soon and are in the midst of planning your wedding, you are likely scouring the web for inspiration and ideas on how to make your wedding the best one of the year. The best wedding blogs not only give you ideas, but they also provide you a great deal of information about what to ask potential vendors, how to save money, how to select the perfect gown, and provide tips on wedding hair and makeup for the big day. There is a plethora of information on wedding blogs and they can be extremely helpful in your planning. This post will feature the best wedding blogs of 2017.

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  • A Crimson Kiss. This blog is full of gorgeous photos of real-life weddings. If you want to read stories about romantic proposals and wedding ceremonies, blog owner and author Lena has created a great space on the web that will delight your soul. Hop on over for great wedding ideas, romantic stories, and gorgeous photography of weddings from all over the world.
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  • Dylan M Howell. If you are in the Portland, Oregon area, this blog is perfect for you as it will not only inspire you, but it will also provide you with great information on vendors in your area. With award winning photography and great information on all things related to getting married, this is a great go-to website to add to your bookmarks now.
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  • Style Me Pretty. This blog has been around for a decade, and for very good reason. This blog is one of the first that showcased bridal style in a way that had never been done so before online. It is because of this blog that the bar for wedding style and class has been raised to new heights. If you are obsessed with style and it is paramount to your big day, this is a great blog to read regularly. You will not be disappointed.
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  • Ruffled. This blog was born in 2008 and has since been giving couples the inspiration they need to plan a wonderful event. Offering a plethora of ideas and DIY projects, this blog is perfect for couples who want to make their wedding unique and represent them.
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  • Offbeat bride. This website is a celebration of those brideโ€™s who are not the status quo. They like to march to their own beat and they do things different from all others. If you are an offbeat bride and want your wedding to be unlike any other, be sure to check out this blog for inspiration and the extra push to do things differently than have ever been done before. Want to wear black at your wedding? This blog will encourage you to do whatever it is that will make you the happiest on your big day!

No matter what your wedding style is, you cannot go wrong in consulting these blogs for ideas and inspiration on planning your big day.

  1. Offbeat Bride seems right up my alley. I’ve never been into weddings so we eloped to Gibraltar and I got married in a blue Gucci dress and black Louboutins, with a bouquet of Gerbera daisies that matched the gorgeous red of those soles. We even had our photo taken on the runway with The Rock behind us, just like John and Yoko. Even though AirFrance lost our luggage on the way down, it was the perfect wedding for us!

  2. Well, now then. Since I haven’t received a wedding invite in some time, I’m going to submerge myself in these beauties. Ironically, I was reading Style Me Pretty just this morning. I have no idea how I landed there, but I had to pull myself away.

    I love weddings and you have fed my addiction with this list. Thank you!

  3. I wonder if I would have done my wedding differently had blogs been a big thing back then. I probably wouldn’t have, but I do wonder! There seems to be a wedding blog to cover any type of wedding that one would want to have.

  4. I had no idea that there were so many blogs about weddings but it seems there is a blog about everything these days. When I got married, I did little planning as I really didn’t care about anything at the time other than the legal paper that made us married. If I had access to these sites then, it would have went much differently. There is so much awesome inspiration out there!

  5. I have been married since 2003 so our wedding was not as fancy or trendy as the weddings are now. I LOVE looking at wedding pictures and blogs. I hope that for our 15 or 20 year anniversary we can do some kind of renewal. We will see what happens.

  6. How fun are these?! I wish I’d have had so many beautiful inspirations when I was planning our wedding. Or maybe it’s ok that I didn’t because I probably would have spent a lot more. x (ps: Style Me Pretty is one of my favorites!)

  7. I love weddings, always have. I really enjoy watching the wedding shows on TV too. I will have to check out some of these blogs. We’ve tossed around the idea of a vow renewal for our 20th or 25th and next year is 20! Time flies when you are having fun ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Several of my friends have used blogs as well as pinterest for inspiration for the weddings. You can get so many neat and affordable ideas from wedding blogs. I live in Texas so rustic weddings are a big thing.

  9. I’m nowhere near marrying yet, but it doesn’t hurt to take note of these blogs ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for this list! They all look so gorgeous! Maybe I can share this to any friends too who might be marrying soon.

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