The Top 10 Wedding Blog ranking was last updated 16/05/2018.
Keeping her place at number one is Rock My Wedding, created back in 2009 by Charlotte O’Shea as she planned her own wedding. Rock My Wedding has since evolved into a well-known brand and go-to guide for any bride or groom getting ready for their own special day. It’s packed with ideas of how to make the big day personal to you and a range of how-to posts, from creating table centrepieces to making your own floral crown. What started off as a blog about weddings has now grown into super brand Rock My Style and, in February 2017, Charlotte also released a Rock My Wedding book. Rock My Wedding was crowned Best Wedding Blog at the Vuelio Blog Awards 2017, cementing its reputation as the greatest wedding blog around.
Jumping up to second place is Rock n Roll Bride, the blog for brides looking to make their day different. Founded by Kat Williams in 2008, Rock n Roll Bride was created when Kate spotted a gap in wedding blogs for brides with unconventional or quirky tastes. Sharing real wedding stories where couples have dared to be different and plenty of advice, from how to handle nerves before the big day to dealing with tricky family members, Rock n Roll Bride now has a bi-monthly print magazine which stays true to Kat’s brand by standing out from the conventional bridal magazines.
After Annabel Beeforth got married in 2009 she created Love My Dress to share her passion for helping other women have an incredible day. Nestled in between posts about the latest in bridal fashion and inspiration for wedding detail, Annabel reminds the reader about the meaning and value of marriage. Love My Dress is one of the top wedding blogs when it comes to discovering the best wedding suppliers, whether you’re a bride-to-be or in the wedding industry yourself.
Find out more about Annabel Beeforth, creator of Love My Dress, in our blogger spotlight.
Self-proclaimed wedding obsessive, Kelly Hood, started Boho Weddings shortly after her own marriage in 2009 to show how couples can show their individuality through their special day. Sharing real-life weddings and a robust directory of wedding suppliers for the alternative couple, from photographers to flowers, Boho Weddings gives plenty of advice on how to plan the perfect day and gives tips from the married side.
Racing up the rankings to number five is the colourful wedding blog Bespoke Bride. Founded by lovers of all things creative and positive, Emily Pettiford and Jessica Turley, Bespoke Bride was created to inspire couples to design a day which is full of character. Since 2015, Bespoke Bride has opened an online store, BB Boutique, which compliments their regular posts of DIY ideas for the crafty bride from hen-dos to wedding favours.
Creator of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings, Louise Baltruschat Hollis, started her blog back in 2010 when she was planning her own wedding. Sharing her personal story, health problems and own whimsical musings, Louise inspires couples to make their day personal to them with easy-to-follow DIY tutorials and handy wedding planner downloads. Featuring real bride diaries from women in the run up to the big day, Whimsical Wonderland Weddings gives advice and inspiration to the reader.
Find out more about Louise Baltruschat Hollis, author of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings, in our blogger spotlight.
Julia Braime started Brides Up North when she was planning her wedding and found there was a distinct lack of options and ideas for the Northern bride. With a focus on local businesses and supporting wedding suppliers in the North, Brides Up North shares real weddings stories from local couples and runs various events across the North. Brides Up North has a comprehensive wedding supplier list so if you’re a Northern bride looking for something traditional or a little bit different, make sure you visit Brides Up North.
A brand new entry into our rankings is B.LOVED, sharing wedding inspiration to help couples create a romantic and beautiful day. Since creating the blog in 2011, Louise Beukes has immersed herself in both the wedding blogosphere and the wedding industry as a whole, creating a wedding blogger collective and online community for wedding industry pros. B.LOVED offers advice and reviews to the bride-to-be who is looking for a touch of luxury on her special day.
Another new entry is Wedding Sparrow, a wedding blog with a focus on fine art and elegant photography created by Sara Russell back in 2013. After struggling to find fine art inspiration for her own wedding, Sara set about sharing her inspiration for other like-minded brides from classic hairstyles to the latest fine art wedding dresses. Beautiful photography and natural beauty are at the forefront of all the real wedding stories, engagement shoots and honeymoon inspiration.
Wedding and blogging obsessed, Phoebe Miller, created So You’re Getting Married (SYGM) to share the prettiest trends from the wedding world. Sharing a variety of stories from a mix of brides in the run up to their big day, SYGM gives a light-hearted take on planning a wedding and plenty of advice for couples wanting to make their day different. With sections dedicated to fashion, beauty and lifestyle, SYGM answers any questions a bride has along with some great recommendations.
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.