With the world at our finger tips, wedding planning has become an entirely new experience. Finding inspiration for your dream wedding can come from many sources, including magazines, blogs, websites, and more! The virtual age has truly made it so the possibilities are endless when bringing your vision of the Big Day to life. Here are a few of the most popular places to go for inspiration and information!
There are so many areas to explore on it that allow you to build most, if not all, aspects of your wedding. Inspiration can be found just about anywhere on site, not just in the “Weddings” section. Check out the “Food & Drink” section for ideas for hors d’oeuvres or your Signature Drink, the “Travel” section is perfect for finding that ideal honeymoon locale, or even if you’re planning destination wedding, “Holidays and Events” can give you seasonal décor ideas for you’re wedding. These are just a few of the sections to explore, but I promise, there is so much more!
If you like unique DIY styles, but simply don’t have the time to do-it-yourself, Etsy is the perfect place to go to achieve this vision. It’s a virtual marketplace where people from all corners of the globe buy and sell one-of-a-kind goods. Goods such as distinctive rings, favors, guest books, and you can even buy your wedding dress there too!
This resource is geared more towards the traditional bride, so if you’re looking for a truly traditional wedding, this is your guide!
Not only do they have the magazine, but they also have a website www.brides.com too. One of the many great things about their website is the checklists they offer. They help to keep you organized when registering for gifts and for planning nearly every detail of you’re wedding. They are essential to staying organized.
Check out their blog or their dress search tool, you will have endless resources and inspiration for planning a traditional wedding.
4. Style Me Pretty This magazine and website truly has something for every type of bride. From the rustic to the culturally diverse weddings, you will find inspiration to suit your unique day.
While many websites showcase the design aspects necessary for your wedding, this one also links you to vendors within your specific region, such as caterers, party rentals, and cinematographers. The “DIY Projects” section is pretty fabulous as well, since they go into making the items step-by-step.
5. The Knot We certainly cannot end this post without touching upon one of the biggest go-to websites for brides, www.theknot.com. The Knot has nearly every type of resource a bride needs to bring her dream wedding to life.
Their “Tools” section is the perfect way to organize every detail of you’re wedding, from the guest list to the oh-so crucial budget. Check out the “Community” section to engage with other bride-to-be’s because you never know what advice another bride may be able to lend to you for your big day! Having the opportunity to exchange ideas with other women can certainly be a great source of inspiration. What’s more powerful than women inspiring one another!