I can hardly believe that February is coming to an end, and spring is just around the corner. Bridal season is in full swing and I've rounded up some of my favourite inspiration sites to help you get ready for your wedding day. We all love Pinterest, but sometimes it can become too overwhelming and isn't always the best place to start when you're planning your big day. Your wedding day is after all one of the BIGGEST days of your life, and you should be well prepared for everything coming your way.
Hey Wedding Lady is a modern wedding blog written by wedding coordinator Ariana, focussing on event design and wedding styling.
After her wedding in 2012, editor Gee wanted to share her deep passion and knowledge of everything wedding related. Thus was the creation of Knotsvilla!
Style Me Pretty is one of the most popular online wedding sources out there. With so much inspiration and The Vault at your fingertips, you’re sure to find your dream wedding inspo!
If you’re in search of boho wedding inspiration, Green Wedding Shoes is where you need to be! You’ll find the most original ideas at Green Wedding Shoes and you won’t be disappointed.
This unique wedding blog is dedicated to brides on Canada’s East Coast.
The MonaLuchi wedding blog caters to the growing multicultural wedding and events industry throughout the world, with endless inspiration that celebrates the modern, elegant bride.
A little bit girly, a little bit sassy and a touch of boho, make up this ultra-feminine wedding blog. If you’re looking for fresh, modern and cute ideas, Grey has got you covered!
8. 100 Layer Cake
If you’re a DIY bride, this is the place to be! Learn how to make your own flower crown, paper flower wall, and so much more at 100 Layer Cake.
Ruffled has it all. DIY projects, vendor guides, inspiration photo shoots... And they even help you recycle your wedding afterwards!
10. Champagne Sweets
Dedicated to the Canadian Bride, Champagne Sweets provides styled shoots, engagement sessions, vendor guides and everything else a Canadian girl needs to get her wedding on track.
What are your favourite wedding blogs to find inspiration from? If I’ve missed any, let me know in the comments below!