Pillingers Picks: The 5 Best Wedding Blogs

January 16, 2014

Planning the perfect Sydney wedding can be a stressful affair. Relax and have some fun with our collection of the wedding blogs inspiring us, making us laugh and sometimes making us cry (with laughter). 

 

We all know what happens at a wedding – Ceremony! Flowers! Cake! Dancing! – but the actual act of orchestrating your own nuptials can leave many couples stumped, confused, maybe even a little bit scared. That’s why we have wedding magazines and blogs – so that other people can tell us what looks nice and we decide whether or not we agree with them enough to make it a part of our big day. The bridal market is inundated with wedding hysteria! Where to begin? Here are five of our favourites to get you started:

The Knot

The Knot is easily one of the most comprehensive and informative blogs around. With posts covering everything from latest trends, celebrity wedding news, DIY tips and more, The Knot will act as a wedding bible for all brides and grooms-to-be.

Intimate Weddings

With hundreds upon thousands of wedding blogs determined to report on every aspect of the wedding process, sometimes it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what it is you want, which is why niche blogs are a great idea. Intimate Weddings has dubbed itself as “the go-to site for planning a small wedding”, that is, of 75 guests or fewer.

Style Me Pretty

This is one of the most popular wedding blogs on the internet – and it’s not hard to see why. The clean, uncluttered site showcases ceremonies from around the world, with vendor information at the end of each post so that you can follow through with whatever ignites a bit of inspiration.

Polka Dot Bride

Like Style Me Pretty, Polka Dot Bride is dedicated to showcasing inspiring weddings – but the difference lies in that PDB documents only Australian weddings, making it easier for brides to access local vendors.

Hello May

Another Australian-based blog, Hello May is for brides and grooms to be who are seeking a more unique, quirky wedding experience. The vendors profiled on the blog are carefully selected for their reputation for quality, with an easy-to-browse directory. For those sick of looking at a screen, Hello May comes as a magazine too, and is stocked nationwide.

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Nathalie is the chief wedding coordinator and head of marketing at Pillingers. With over ten years experience, she has now built a team of dedicated wedding and events specialists to style and implement events from small parties to large corporate events and festivals.