The Top 10 Wedding ranking was last updated 14/09/2016.
Love My Dress was created by Annabel Beeforth in 2009 while she was planning her own dream wedding. Now an award-winning brand with a team of feature writers, editorial staff and contributors, the blog continues to attract and inspire brides-to-be and wedding insiders. Wedding ideas, recommended suppliers, venues and dresses are among a few of the subjects you’ll find beautifully captured through interviews and photographs with brides and grooms. Taking you back to the Edwardian period, right the way up to the modern day – Love My Dress has content for everyone – from traditional to outside the box styles.
Multi-award winning blog ROCK N ROLL BRIDE embraces the ethos that you shouldn’t let the wedding industry define your day, but allow your own individuality to help you make it memorable. Designed for readers on the search for alternative wedding styles and unique ideas for their wedding day, Kat Williams created the blog in 2007 when she found that the UK wedding industry was limited to mainstream styles. Focusing on real weddings to help readers find their creative side, the blog motivates you to incorporate niche themes into your wedding planning. Due to the success of the blog, Kat also launched the ROCK N ROLL BRIDE magazine in 2015.
Rock My Wedding covers all of the key aspects that go into planning the perfect wedding day. The blog began life on an online wedding forum in 2009 by newlywed Charlotte O’Shea when she decided to share her wedding planning experience with other soon-to-be brides. After gaining over 150,000 views and loads of positive feedback, Charlotte decided to launch Rock My Wedding. The blog has now grown into a business, employing four additional team members who provide daily guidance and inspiration – even featuring a month-by-month wedding planner to make sure you don’t forget the little details.
Whimsical Wonderland Wedding (also known as WWW) exists to help with all wedding planning ideas bringing you an eclectic mix of inspiration, trusted suppliers, and real wedding features. Founded by Louise Baltruschat Hollis in 2010 while planning her wedding, the blog has become a vital resource for couples on the lookout for advice based on personal experiences. Whimsical Wonderland Wedding’s DIY tutorials range from wedding favours to growing your own wedding flowers.
If bohemian wedding styles take your fancy, you need to check out BOHO WEDDINGS by award-winning wedding planner Kelly Hood. Created in 2009 after getting married, BOHO WEDDINGS aims to showcase weddings which scream individuality and reflect personality in every aspect of the planning process. Teamed with an army of experts specialising in style, planning, photography, beauty, honeymoons and flower arrangements, Kelly’s blog has developed into a leading UK wedding resource – encouraging creativity and proving that dreams really can come true.
Bespoke Bride is a platform created by friends Emily Pettiford and Jessica Turley to offer DIY tips, real wedding stories and styled shoots. Launched in 2011 to share original wedding ideas and motivate couples to incorporate quirky craft ideas and their personal style into their planning, the blog has gone from strength to strength. Bespoke Bride now helps connect bride and grooms-to-be with creative suppliers through their newly launched online marketplace, BB Boutique.
Julia Braime decided to launch brides UP NORTH after becoming frustrated with the lack of a Northern presence in glossy bridal magazines and online platforms. All of the suppliers, styled shoots and real wedding features on the blog came from the North of England. brides Up North has become so successful that Julia even holds branded luxury exhibitions, events and parties. While many of the weddings that feature are traditional, the blog also focuses on distinctive rustic styles.
Want That Wedding provides advice, inspiration and recommendations for affordable and luxury suppliers of wedding dresses, accessories, photographers and honeymoons. The blog was founded in 2011 by Sonia Collett after she fell madly in love with the wedding planning process during her own 1930s influenced ceremony. Exploring a variety of wedding locations and styles for diverse budgets and tastes, Want That Wedding offer real wedding inspiration with unique twists.
The English Wedding Blog was created by Claire Gould in 2009 as a space for couples to get inspired by real weddings, shoots and wedding décor. As the name suggests the blog, looks at the weddings by location to help readers find inspiration near them. The blog also includes a free online publication entitled The English Wedding Book 2016, offering advice on venue hunting, budgets, photographers, choosing the dress, top tips from couples featured on the blog, and Claire’s expert trend predictions for 2017.
Former wedding and event consultant Alison Tinlin created PLANS AND PRESENTS as a way to share creative wedding ideas. Highlighting both traditional and themed wedding days, the blog offers all the information you need to plan your big day – including supplier details, venue reviews, wedding event information, and wedding fashion collections. PLANS AND PRESENTS covers everything you need for the big day, from advice for stress relief and wellbeing, gift ideas, proposal locations, speeches, and more.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these wedding blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.