The Top 10 Wedding ranking was last updated 13/09/2017.
Charlotte O’Shea created Rock My Wedding in 2009, when she decided to share the experience of planning her wedding with other like-minded brides-to-be. Now a well-established brand which offers wedding planning advice, real wedding case studies, ideas and tutorials, the blog provides daily inspiration and guidance. The ‘Rock My’ business also includes Charlotte’s blogs Rock My Style and Rock My Family.
Love My Dress by Annabel Beeforth, was designed for Annabel to share her experience of planning her own dream wedding in 2009. The blog is designed for women and delivered by an all-female team. Recognised as an industry influencer, the blog continues to attract and inspire both brides-to-be and wedding insiders. Love My Dress has content for everyone – from traditional to outside-the-box styles.
Rock n Roll Bride takes pride in promoting weddings that are nonconformist, to help couples embrace the idea that the wedding industry doesn’t define your day but allows an opportunity to create a memorable experience. Created by Kat Williams in 2007, Rock n Roll Bride focuses on real creative weddings, helping brides to be to find inspiration for themes, outfits, wedding gifts and more.
If your ideal wedding is one which reflects your personality, then Boho Weddings is the blog for you. Launched by wedding planner Kelly Hood in 2009, the blog showcases a variety of different styles of weddings. With themes including rustic, vintage, outdoor and weddings abroad, the experts behind the blog help to find inspiration on styles, themes, planning, photography, design, honeymoons and everything you need to throw the most memorable wedding.
Whimsical Wonderland Wedding 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, Whimsical Wonderland Wedding provides beautiful photography promoting eye-catching features, accompanied by real life stories.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Louise.
Julia Braime decided to launch her blog, Brides Up North, after becoming frustrated with the lack of a Northern presence in glossy bridal magazines and online platforms. The blog looks at recent weddings, providing readers with the details of local suppliers and venues to choose from. While many of the weddings that feature have a traditional feel, the blog also focuses on distinctive rustic styles.
Created by Claire Gould in 2009, The English Wedding Blog is a place for couples to get inspired by the experiences of real brides and grooms, through their wedding day shoots, chosen wedding venues and décor. The English Wedding Blog includes advice on finding the perfect venue, budgets, locations, photographers and finding the right dress, as well as top tips from real couples.
Former wedding and event consultant Alison Tinlin created Plans and Presents 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.
So you’re getting married is a blog that was founded by Phoebe Miller, to provide daily doses of wedding inspiration, beauty tips and recommendations of the ultimate locations and venues for weddings and honeymoons. The team behind the blog consist of bridal and wedding specialists, who provide readers with the information that they need to prepare for the big day.
10. Bespoke Bride
Bespoke Bride is a colourful platform created in 2011 by friends Emily Pettiford and Jessica Turley, to share quirky wedding ideas and inspiration. Now providing readers with a range of DIY products and trendy little touches, the blog helps to connect brides and grooms-to-be with creative DIY ideas, advice and inspiration from real wedding days.
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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.