At Elastic Lounge we understand its not all about the wedding entertainment. Wedding bloggers can play a huge role in planning your big day. Packed with wedding style & inspiration they are full of the latest trends, tips & advice to help you create the wedding of the year.
So, to help you find the best inspiration, in no particular order we present 10 of Best UK Wedding Bloggers for 2020.
If you’ve not already heard of Charlotte O’Shea & Rock My Wedding this is one of the wedding bloggers you need to check out. Charlotte created Rock My Wedding in 2008 to share her experience of planning her wedding. Since then Charlotte has become a member of the UK wedding professionals elite with her world-famous wedding blog. This Wedding Blog offers real life case studies, tutorials & planning advice to have “your day your way”.
While more and more of us are choosing to tie the knot outside of town, Nicole & Rachael are more than happy to show us that there’s plenty of wedding planning ideas with a focus on the most stylish, Pinterest friendly and quintessentially different weddings in the country. You’ll also find a huge range of look books and pieces on everything from catering and photography to wedding entertainment & style all the way to your show stealing wedding dress.This is pone of the UK’s best wedding bloggers and you can find out more here.
Julia Braime launched her fantastic wedding blog to celebrate all things bridal in the North of England. Her amazing blog has gone from strength to strength & reads effortlessly, includes stylish images & explores recent weddings including listing the local suppliers & venues. For Brides up North this is one of the Wedding Bloggers you need to check out!
True to its name, Boho Weddings is the ultimate guide to outdoor wedding themes & inspiration. Kelly Hood launched the wedding blog in 2009, which showcases a good variety of different wedding styles including rustic, vintage, outdoor and weddings abroad. As if that wasn’t;t enough Boho weddings has an extensive wedding directory to help you find the right suppliers to make your special day exactly that.
For the most bijou – ‘desirable & stylish big day inspiration The Bijou Bride delivers in abundance. Alexandra Merri is the creative force behind the internationally renowned brand The Bijou Bride.
The wedding blog is about being unique, creating a one-of-a-kind wedding everlasting memories for you and your guests. Effortlessly cover styles as diverse as Luxe Country Garden, Tropicana, Boho Chic or perfect Timeless Elegance the Bijou Bride is a must visit for wedding inspiration.
Writing for Asian Wedding Ideas – Rabbia Ali Shah brings together unique, forward-thinking & above all, modern ideas for Asian weddings. This stunning blog covers the latest styles, wedding trends & bridal designs & the result is marvelous. Opulent fabrics & colour palettes to die for accompany real life stories of brides. Rabbi has created a unique blog worthy of the ultimate Asian wedding.
If your planning an alternative wedding then your first stop should t be Kat Williams. This amazing wedding blog is truly one-of-a-kind. There simply isn’t anywhere you can find so many alternative brides & their unique weddings. From giant dinosaurs to tattooed nautical ceremonies This Wedding Bog delivers an abundance of ideas for the nonconformist brides & we love it.
Founded by Louise Baltruschat Hollis in 2010. Whimsical Wonderland Weddings has vibrant colours, stunning images & delivers an eclectic mix of wedding inspiration, trusted suppliers & superb wedding features. Whimsical Wonderful Weddings should be one of your first go to bloggers if your looking for outdoor wedding inspiration, top budget wedding ideas and DIY tips.
As a wedding destination Cornwall is one of the UK’s best kept secrets. With Donna Sharpe’s gorgeous wedding blog Pasties & Petticoats this is set to change & soon.
Celebrating the best of Cornwall & Devon weddings, Donna’s inspiration Wedding Blogs, boards & features showcase the very best wedding venues & stories of the stunning brides tying the knot in the South West.
And if you need help with the practicalities of wedding planning, Pasties & Petticoats has some great offerings; including a wedding planning checklists through to an invaluable guide to managing finances. If you hadn’t considered a Cornish wedding yet you might now!
As a veritable guru on all things bride and beautiful, Sonia Collet’s wonderful fine art blog is the perfect guide to achieving the wedding you want with a huge range of easily affordable yet stylish ideas, fantastic inspiration and real weddings in some of the UK’s prettiest venues – ranging from castles and carnivals, to countryside barns and boho elopements.