The Top 10 Wedding Blog ranking was last updated 03/04/2019.
Rock My Wedding’s relationship with the number one spot in our wedding ranking is still going strong as they keep hold of this coveted position. Founded by Charlotte O’Shea when she was planning her own wedding, Rock My Wedding has grown from one of the industry’s most successful wedding blogs to the Rock My brand, which encompasses beauty, fashion, travel and interiors. Rock My Wedding has a comprehensive wedding supplier list, beautiful real wedding stories and countless wedding ideas from getting crafty with acrylic to tips on spring colours for 2019 weddings. For those who can’t get enough of Rock My Wedding, make sure you check out the podcast or get the book to kickstart your wedding planning.
Love My Dress took top prize at the Vuelio Blog Awards 2018, winning the award for Best UK Wedding Blog. Annabel Beeforth created Love My Dress back in 2009 after her own wedding; sharing ideas for the perfect day, she wanted to make sure the meaning and value of marriage was never lost. Annabel is joined by a team of wedding-loving contributors on Love My Dress, who cover the latest trends in dresses, headpieces and jewellery, as well as offering their expert advice on the trickier side of wedding planning, from dealing with difficult guests to breaking up with a wedding supplier.
After becoming disheartened at the lack of alternative offerings in the wedding industry, Kat Williams created Rock n Roll Bride back in 2007. Now with its own magazine and book, Rock n Roll Bride has taken its love for brides doing it differently from online to on the shelves. Packed with plenty of real-life wedding stories of happy couples from all walks of life, Rock n Roll Bride is one of the most diverse wedding blogs available. Brides looking to add colour and their own personality to the day will even find reasonably priced bridal accessories in the online store.
Created back in 2007 by Kelly Hood, an award-winning wedding planner, Boho Weddings aims to bring all things boho together, from luxe to rustic. Boho Weddings helps couples express their personalities through their big day, making sure the wedding is about the couple, not the current trend. With a comprehensive directory of suppliers, anyone planning their wedding will find plenty of suggestions for all aspects of the day, from cakes to flowers. Each post on Boho Weddings is accompanied with beautiful photography, helping excited couples see these ideas brought to life.
Louise Baltruschat Hollis started Whimsical Wonderland Weddings back in April 2010 when she was in the throes of planning her very own wedding. Sadly, due to health issues, Louise and her fiancé had to postpone their wedding (don’t worry they’ve now said their I dos!) but she didn’t want to lose the amazing community she’d created with Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. Now joined by a team of wedding experts, Louise has created a place packed with DIY tips, inspirational editorials and plenty of real-life wedding stories to help couples visualise their own special day.
Bespoke Bride brings a pop of colour to the wedding blog scene, with vibrant fun photography next to useful tips and advice for planning your big day. Created by friends Emily Pettiford and Jessica Turley back in 2011, the blog helps people create the wedding of their dreams in a fun, creative and characterful way. Featured in Marie Claire and receiving a highly commended award for ‘Best for Bridal’ by Cosmopolitan, Bespoke Bride has positioned itself as a go-to wedding blogs. Emily and Jessica have even created their own online store with quirky stickers for hen dos and pyjamas perfect for the bride-to-be before the big day!
Louise Beukes founded B.LOVED back in 2011 to share beautiful and romantic wedding inspiration. Since then it has blossomed into a wedding and lifestyle blog, where Louise can bring her interior design expertise to her loyal followers. Now joined by a team of contributors, B.LOVED has plenty of content to get your creative juices flowing, from elegant mood boards to ideas for creating the perfect city wedding. Each post is brought to life by tasteful photography, showcasing the elegant real-life wedding stories submitted by Louise’s readers and suppliers.
Brides Up North was created by Julia Braime, fashion journalist turned lawyer (the real-life Elle Woods!) after she was frustrated by the lack of northern presence in glossy bridal magazines. Committed to keeping it local, Brides Up North focuses on suppliers based in the north and even runs their own wedding shows across Yorkshire, the north west and the north east. Showcasing the north at its finest, Brides Up North caters to all tastes, from edgy fashions in Sheffield to a romantic countryside wedding on site of a former windmill!
Sara Russell is the woman behind Wedding Sparrow, the fine art wedding blog she created back in 2011. Inspiring her readers with exquisite feature film photography, Sara has found her niche in the world of wedding blogs, providing beautiful and sometimes unusual ideas for anyone in the midst of planning their big day. Wedding Sparrow is full of elegant images and a list of those all-important suppliers for the bride who wants to have their special day stand out from the crowd in all the right ways.
A brand-new entry into our wedding ranking is The English Wedding Blog. Created by Claire Gould back in 2011 she wanted to create a space which focused on English and UK weddings and suppliers. Sharing real-life wedding stories with her readers, Claire brings her own personal touch to each post, giving shout-outs to the amazing suppliers who help bring that special day together. Whether you’re still on the hunt for the dress or you’re after the finishing touches such as flowers or jewellery, The English Wedding Blog has plenty of suggestions to make your wedding day extra special.
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.