Our Top 5 Wedding Blogs in 2022

The first step in wedding planning is to choose your venue. Choosing the right backdrop for your wedding day can be difficult. Peerspace makes it simple to find unique and affordable venues. No longer are you limited to traditional venues like churches and ballrooms? You can now find mansions and outdoor gardens, breweries and wineries, estates and speakeasies.

You can find spaces with pools, rooftop terraces, fireplaces and other amenities that will make your wedding unforgettable. You’ll be able to relax knowing that catering services are available at certain venues. If you have any questions about A/V equipment or furniture rentals, please contact the Concierge Service of Peerspace. They can also recommend trusted local vendors.

After you have the venue in place, you will need to add all the details such as the guest list, decorations, favours and playlist. These top blogs can provide endless inspiration so that you can begin designing your dream wedding today.

RuffledRuffled combines vintage style with a classic wedding blog. This blog is perfect for the hopeless romantic who has been trying to plan their wedding since grade school. You can also find DIY guides and inspiration from real weddings. For more information, visit their blogs and vendor directory.

Recycle Your Wedding was also founded by the blog founder. It is a platform that allows you to buy and sell gently used wedding decor. Be aware. However, the vibrant Instagram account of the blog is a trap for endless scrolling. Ruffled can express your wedding style, whether rustic, romantic, whimsical, or modern.

Love Inc.

Love Inc. is one of the top-rated wedding blogs. It is both a magazine and an online blog focusing on inclusion. Love Inc. was founded by Brittny dry in 2013. It promotes inclusion and gender-neutral language within the wedding industry. Love Inc. is supported by Drye’s collaboration with other professionals and companies in the wedding industry. This publication acknowledges that traditional wedding traditions are outdated and no longer work for engaged couples.

Every blog section, including bridal fashion, beauty and planning, caters to all gender identities. You can also find LGBTQ+-friendly wedding accessories such as mugs and T-shirts, cake toppers, and decorations for showers on the blog. The directory only includes vendors that are verified to be equal-minded. This means you can feel confident in contacting any vendor.

This website has everything you need to plan everything, from the proposal to your honeymoon. The site even allows you to design your perfect wedding rings. Another helpful resource is Inclusively Yours, Love Inc.’s podcast about wedding planning. Use Love Inc. to help you celebrate equality and take pride in wedding planning decisions.

The Knot

The Knot is the sole owner of the wedding space. It owns the entire life-cycle space. The company also owns The Bump, which provides support for parents who are new to the industry. The Knot offers everything you need for your wedding, from its How they Asked Instagram account that features the most adorable proposal stories to its helpful blog.

This blog contains wedding ideas, inspiration, style, money advice, registry information, and engagement ideas. You can also access online tools such as a budget template, vision board, and a checklist for wedding planning. Your account can be used to create your wedding website, which is an essential tool these days. You can find your wedding website on The Knot if it is related to the ceremony.

Green Wedding Shoes

The Green Wedding Shoes blog tagline is “Inspiration to your wedding and a fashionably always after”, — and it does not disappoint. Although it has a bohemian feel, it caters to all tastes by providing ideas for movie-themed weddings ( Star Wars including), seasonal weddings and many other options. This blog is very fashion-oriented and offers style advice for all: bridesmaids/groomsmen, flower girls, and even ring bearers.

You will also find advice on wedding registries and a directory of vendors, DIY ideas for food and drink, decorations, favours, and accessories. The blog allows you to shop for the items that you like. GWS provides a wealth of lifestyle inspiration to help you plan your wedding. We are confident that you will return to GWS long after the wedding. You’ll be able to entertain your newlyweds at their first dinner and many other important life events. GWS takes care of all details when it comes to planning.

This blog is a valuable resource for wedding planning. It features spreadsheets to help you stay organized, as well as one that handles all logistics, such as guest lists. It also includes a checklist, timeline, vendor contact list, budget, and a photography shot list (because you need to document every moment). A Practical wedding also offers a DIY guide for couples who want to take on the task of planning their wedding. Don’t forget the free ebook about planning your wedding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The blog sections are similar to a magazine. They include sections where you can ask all your questions about wedding etiquette. You can ask questions like “Can I choose my bridesmaids’ date?” or “Can you pick her wedding date?”. There is also an advice section where you can post your most difficult questions. A Practical Wedding has a complete vendor directory and a gallery of real weddings, just like most blogs.

The blog is fun and modern, with a feminist and diverse feel. If you are tired of traditional wedding designs that make you cringe, subscribe to A Practical Wedding. You can design your big day.

Bonus: Style Me Pretty

Style me Pretty has inspired tips for brides and grooms since 2007. SMP stands out from the rest because it focuses on the fashion aspects of your wedding, such as the dresses, the rings and the decorations. This great resource for engaged couples looking to create a high-end, stylish ceremony and reception.

Style Me Pretty’s Little Black Book of Vendors (LBB), its blog, online shop, and wedding guides is worth a look. SMP also offers resources for post-nuptial entertainment that will keep you entertained in style long after your wedding. Style Me Pretty, and the blog says: “Style Me Pretty will be every bride’s virtual maid-of-honour and wedding planning friend.”