So you’ve set the date and are super excited about your dream wedding, but now that it’s becoming real you suddenly wonder what you really want? No need to stress. We have created a list of the Top 5 international wedding blogs that will definitely give you the inspiration you need to make your dreams come true.
Martha Stewart Weddings – Upscale and stylish
Some call her the priestess of wedding planning. And indeed, Martha Stewart is an international mega-brand, famous for upscale and celebrity weddings. In her wedding magazine, launched in 1994 and moved exclusively online in 2018, Martha provides couples with innovative ideas and expert advice to help them create their dream wedding.
Want to take a glimpse at Ryan Reynold’s romantic Charleston wedding or pretend you were right there at Lake Como, Italy, when John Legend said YES? Stewart presents insight photographs from the most stylish celebrity weddings, filling your head with inspiration and dreams. The blog covers everything from the moment you hear “will you marry me” to tips on how to make your relationship work long after your honeymoon memories are starting to fade.
You can also subscribe to Martha’s Wedding channel on YouTube for more expert interviews.
Preston Bailey – Nothing is too extreme
He is Hollywood’s most wanted wedding planner. Preston Bailey has recently been voted Best Wedding Designer by Vogue Magazine and is internationally recognized for his ability to transform the dullest spaces into stunning wedding dreams. Since 1980 he has worked with athletes, celebrities and royals all over the world, clients including Oprah Winfrey, Ivanka Trump and Catherine Zeta-Jones. His colourful extravaganzas will leave you speechless. You won’t find much Wedding 101 on his blog, but if you’re looking for inspiration and ideas out of the ordinary regarding venues and styling, Preston literally is your man.
Style Me Pretty – Classic with a hint of modern
With more than a million followers on Twitter and almost four times as many on Facebook, Style Me Pretty is one of the most influential trendsetters in the wedding industry. Recommend by Martha Stewart herself, this blog has inspired brides and grooms to be since 2007. Whether you’re browsing for dress ideas, honeymoon destinations or are trying to work out the logistics of wedding planning: If you prefer classic with a hint of chic, your heart is bound to leap with joy browsing this blog. Despite causing an international shockwave earlier this year when it was announced to go offline, founder Abby Larson worked out a deal to keep the blog alive. It still receives hundreds of wedding submissions weekly so the site is regularly updated.
A special bonus is the section dedicated to weddings in New Zealand. It really doesn’t get any better.
Bridal Musings – Hopelessly romantic
Founder Elizabeth Kane calls herself a wedding geek, which is one of the reasons why she started her own “Yes I do” blog in 2011. She aims to provide a source of inspiration for bridal parties, featuring stunning photographs and videos from weddings around the world as well as weekly tips on how to plan the perfect wedding. Within a few years Bridal Musings has gathered more than 3 Million followers on Pinterest and was voted into the Top 10 Wedding Blogs by the French Vogue.
Kleinfeld – A dress for every season
With over 70 years of experience in the bridal industry and probably one of the largest wedding dress selections in the world, it’s no surprise that Kleinfeld knows what they’re talking about when it comes to the perfect wedding. Their blog is regularly updated with tips, advice and know-how on wedding planning and offers stunning photographs of the most beautifully designed dresses for every season.