Posts in the 'wedding blogs' Category
Supermarket arrangements aren’t always, the prettiest. Kiss My Tulle has a great how-to on giving those bunches a gorgeous makeover.
Speaking of bouquets — Something Turquoise has some tips on how to fill out your floral arrangement.
Getting your ideas from the fairest of them all? Inspired by Dis created a great Snow White-inspired styleboard for your bridesmaids.
Not sure what wedding dress style will best compliment your shape? Head over to Tidewater & Tulle for a solid guide on flattering silhouettes for you.
Gift etiquette can be sticky. Brenda’s Wedding Blog has 8 do’s and don’ts for your wedding registry.
Budget Savvy Bride’s latest wedding tip is something we totally stand by.
What awesome things have you seen on the web this week?
Rather than the roundup of awesome things rocking in Weddingland around the blogosphere this week, I thought I’d point out some rad Pinterest accounts to follow, especially for brides on a budget (that’s you)! While not all are budget-specific wedding blogs, many are. Some are just great for location-specific (mountains and coast) and some span content ranging from weddings to beauty to lifestyle. The one thing they do have in common, though, is they all serve up wonderful wedding inspiration on (nearly) everyone’s favorite discovery tool site.
DIY Bride — Of course it’s jam-packed with crafty ideas, but there’s lots of gorgeous inspo, too.
Kiss My Tulle — Not just for super budget weddings, KMT’s Pinterest board is full of life hacks, pretty inspiration and some goodies for your mommy friends, too.
The Budget Savvy Bride — Great for more classical, traditional brides on a budget.
Mountainside Bride — Does getting married on a summit or at the base of towering peaks appeal to you? This might be the pinner to follow!
Pretty Pear Bride — Sick of seeing stick-thin wedding models? PPB has lots of plus-size real brides and inspiration.
Budget Fairy Tale — If you’re planning a wedding to your Prince Charming, BFT is a great place to start.
On the Go Bride — Ever feel like you’re alone in the business of life and wedding planning? You’re not.
Hey Wedding Lady — The DIY board isn’t to be missed, mmmkay?
The Big Fat Indian Wedding — I loooove looking at south Asian weddings: The henna, the colors the gold everywhere!
Classic Bride Blog — We love making our own body goodies, and the Apothecary board is full of awesome how-tos.
Rustic Folk Weddings – Her budget wedding board is bursting with great tips.
Elizabeth Ann Designs — Guys, EAD has a FREE PRINTABLES board.
Chic Vintage Brides — CVB has a board that proves budget doesn’t have to equal cheap.
Oh Lovely Day — OLD’s DIY wedding board is gorgeous.
And, of course, you should follow us! We have everything from bridesmaid inspiration to life hacks to blogging tips and of course much of the amazing stuff you see here every day!
Glitter + cupcakes already wins, but you add in Mickey Mouse? Yep, that’s a solid victory. Inspired by Dis shares a how-to for making these sparkly cupcake toppers.
Looking for a great alternative to the traditional bridal show? Budget Fairy Tale has a writeup of her experience with the awesomely offbeat (it is partially run by Ariel of Offbeat Bride, after all) LoveSick Expo.
Budget Savvy Bride strikes with Budget Wedding Tip #25.
If you’re worried that your wedding is going to look like a mish-mash of ideas, head to Aisle Perfect for a guide on creating a cohesive wedding theme.
We love punchy colors on BAB, but Brenda’s Wedding Blog has a beautiful inspiration board featuring softer, more romantic colors that you’ll totes swoon over.
Wanna get fancy? Check out this amazing DIY floral napkin ring on Tidewater & Tulle. Probz better (for your sanity) for an intimate dinner wedding.
Do you know what to pack for your honeymoon? Kiss My Tulle compiled a fantastic list to help.
Newly engaged? Marry Me Tampa Bay has a list of post “yes!” steps.
This rose gold and black wine bottle DIY on B.Loved is gorgeous and toooottallly easy.
Have a few spring weddings to attend? Dress for the Wedding compiled some gorgeous dresses for those nearing nuptials.
Photo: Chris + Jenn Photos
On Hey Wedding Lady, a husband surprises his wife with a vow renewal on a lake, a gorgeous gold gown and a freaking flower crown. Guys, take note.
You guys know I have a thing for mugs. Aisle Perfect found 10 more liquid of life (read: coffee) delivery vessels to show off your status.
Want to seriously save on your wedding flowers? Kiss My Tulle has a great step-by-step on how to makeover those supermarket bouquets.
Credit: Kiss My Tulle
One of our tried and true BAB tips is to opt for a sheetcake vs. an ornate tiered wedding cake. The BrideLink has a great tutorial for a faux tiered cake for display.
If you’ve thought about convertible bridesmaid dresses for different styles but the same color scheme, check out this post on Emmaline Bride that breaks down why it may be your best option for your gals.
For a whole ‘nother twist on bridesmaids bouquets, check out these great options on Chic Vintage Brides.
The Budget Savvy Bride offers up another one of her brilliant budget tips.
Credit: The Budget Savvy Bride
StyleUnveiled has left me totally drooling with their roundup of the top wedding cake trends of 2015.
If there’s someone who loves Adrianna Papell more than we do, it’s Kiss My Tulle. She styled up three different looks for the designer’s gorgeous blouson gown (bonus: It comes in plus sizes!).
Credit: Kiss My Tulle
Head on over to Something Turquoise today to enter to win a reversible “Here She Comes” / “The New Mr. & Mrs.” sign from Etsy artist Pink Slip Inspiration.
Speaking of giveaways: Brenda’s Wedding Blog is giving away an Origami Owl bridal bouquet keepsake locket.
Getting married in Virgina? Here’s a great how-to from Tidewater & Tulle (and OMG. That blue!!!).
Photo: T.Y. Photography
OR, if you’re in South Carolina, Classic Bride has five v. good reasons to get hitched in Charleston.
I’ve been kind of obsessed with hanging florals lately — a small way to make a huge impact. Brooklyn Bride gathered up her Top 10 hanging floral designs.
There’s a real wedding up on Budget Savvy Bride that makes a super industrial warehouse look ridiculously chic, and you should head over there immediately to swoon.
I couldn’t be more ready for spring and the color pop wedding ideas shoot on Ruffled just make the yearning worse. Gimme all the colors!
Credit: Ben Q. Photography
Bridal Musings gathered up some sage words of advice for married couples (and we’re included!).
Budget Savvy Bride strikes again with her amazing budget wedding tips. This time? Edible favors, because #duh.
Love Inc. has a super cute tutorial for a dreamcatcher cake topper.
This super sweet love shoot on Hey Wedding Lady is full of romantic feels and simple DIY details.
Considering a destination wedding in the Bahamas? Head to Brenda’s Wedding Blog for tips on how to pull it off.
What should go on your Save the Date? Kiss My Tulle knows.
If you’ve been married once before, you might have an idea of how to navigate the waters of marriage. But sometimes, you can learn more from Round 2, as A Practical Wedding demonstrates.
Having trouble with your wedding playlist? Take a cue from Offbeat Bride and throw a Stereo Love Party!
For a super budget-friendly DIY, head to Something Turquoise to get the how-to on a sand and flower centerpiece.
Credit: Mike Carreiro Photography
How about a schmancy Valentine’s date in? Every Last Detail has some great inspiration on having a romantic dinner in your back yard with your love.
For bridesmaid dresses on a budget and in every color of the rainbow, head over to Kiss My Tulle.
Potted succulents are a wonderful wedding favor — especially for those friends of yours stricken with brown thumb syndrome. Brenda’s Wedding Blog has a great succulent favor DIY.
Going nautical with your nuptials? Make mini vintage sailboats for your centerpieces or as favors, courtesy of Tidewater and Tulle.
Key necklaces have been popular for years, but they get a great modern twist with glitter, thanks to a glitter skeleton key necklace DIY on Classic Bride Blog.
Wedding flowers are spendy, but Budget Savvy Bride has some great tips on how to save on your wedding florals.
Photo: Christopher Bell
According to our venerable planning guru Liz Coopersmith of Silver Charm Events, there are two questions you should ALWAYS ask when you start wedding planning.
Brenda’s Wedding Blog pinpoints the hottest trends that will be in 2015 — including oh, so delicious looking mini-burgers and beer shooters.
Photo: Colin Cowie Weddings via Brenda’s Wedding Blog
Emmaline Bride put together a hefty list of 50 cheap date night ideas.
Budget Fairy Tale rounded up some gorgeous Disney-inspired cakes that almost look too good to eat.
The cinnamon bath salts DIY on Classic Bride would make a fantastic gift for your gals … or yourself.
If you’re thinking of going vintage-y with your wedding ‘do, Kiss My Tulle has a great giveaway going on.
A Valentine’s themed bridal shower is a super cute idea, and Coastal Bride put together a DIY gift box for your gals that is pretty easy to put together.
Wedding planning can get you down, but Tidewater & Tulle has 10 ways to stay happy during the process + a free printable.
Budget Savvy Bride strikes again with another gem of a budget wedding tip: Make a signature cocktail!
Buzzfeed has a listicle of the absolute sweetest elopements that made me crumble into a puddle of happy tears.
On the note of wedding trends, Offbeat Bride has a a list of head-scratching wedding trends.
#RuinAWeddingIn5Words is pretty much the greatest hashtag since #duh.
Guys, the Game of Thrones author made my life with this.
Tidewater and Tulle has been killing it with the DIYs lately, and these little Queen of Hearts favors are no exception.
Are you an introvert? Budget Savvy Bride has some great tips on weddings for wallflowers.
If supermarket flowers are kinda your only option due to your budget, then Kiss My Tulle is going to show you how to do them all purdy-like for your wedding bouquet.
Thinking of a tropical honeymoon? Elizabeth Anne Designs is offering up the chance to win a honeymoon in Martinique. I’ve been, it’s stunning.
One of the first rules of wedding planning is figuring out how many people you’re going to invite. United With Love has some guidelines to get you started on building your guest list.
You had me at sparkling: I will be making this violet ombre cocktail from Classic Bride.
I’m dying over this entire country wedding on Love My Dress, but it’s the dress that cost about $30 that seals the deal. Or, really, ALL of the fashunz.
Photography Copyright (c) 2015, Assassynation via I Love My Dress
Finally, did you see that we’re looking for a few good peeps? We need help with our Can’t Afford It? Get Over It! column and we’d love to have a few of you darlings share your wedding planning adventures!