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The Best Wedding Blogs of the Week!

By Claire

But of course I can’t leave Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog with­out shar­ing the best wed­ding blogs from my read­ing list. It’s been a busy time for every­one I think, with blog­gers, wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers and wed­ding sup­pli­ers all shar­ing their lat­est news and designs. Those new years res­o­lu­tions are still going strong… just! And it’s absolutely the best time to get wed­ding inspi­ra­tion from all the blogs because there is so much to see.

I hope you enjoy these links! Claire xxx

UK wedding blog James Grist

Photo credit James Grist Pho­tog­ra­phy

Real wed­dings — the best wed­ding blogs

  • I love this! A cute Ital­ian vin­tage Lon­don wed­ding with the bright­est, loveli­est bou­quets and dec­o­ra­tions — and smiles!
  • Be swept up in the romance of Jinglin and Zhiru’s Sus­sex elopement 
  • Tra­di­tion with a twist — you’ll love this War­wick­shire wed­ding blog
  • Some­thing beau­ti­ful — a Cheshire wed­ding blog
  • Gor­geous — and look out for the incred­i­ble pur­ple tree in this real wed­ding blog!
  • A Hard Day’s Night — from Rock My Wed­ding Blog
  • Tina & Gregory’s wed­ding is full of fab sta­tionery ideas
  • A Wood­hall Manor wedding
  • Chan­de­liers, can­dles and sparkle on Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog
  • A styl­ish gallery and the­atre wed­ding in Sheffield
  • I adore this Northamp­ton wed­ding blog — full of Christ­mas wed­ding ideas
  • A royal artillery com­pany wed­ding blog with groom preparations
  • An incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful wed­ding with even more Christ­mas style ideas
wedding photographer essex tracy morter

Photo credit Tracy Morter

Think cre­ative — wed­ding ideas and inspiration

  • Pink ombre wed­ding inspi­ra­tion by the fab­u­lous WBD Designer Wed­ding Sta­tionery in London
  • The best mar­riage pro­pos­als (or do you have a bet­ter one to share?!)
  • But­ton­hole ideas from Love My Dress Blog with gor­geous pictures
  • I love a fes­ti­val wed­ding — gor­geous images and ideas from Roses & Lace
  • Quirky and cre­ative: could you have a Dr Seuss inspired wed­ding?
  • A look at pho­to­graph escort cards — my favourites!
  • From one of my favorite UK wed­ding invi­ta­tion design­ers — the Padua invi­ta­tion book­let. Gor­geous!
  • More fab invi­ta­tion ideas — these foil stamp invites are beau­ti­ful (from Hello!Lucky)

Advice and opin­ion — for help with plan­ning and find­ing suppliers

  • Wed­ding invi­ta­tion eti­quette for DIY brides… if you really think you have to fol­low rules, this gives plenty of examples
calligraphy envelope addressing

Wed­ding cal­lig­ra­phy:

  • Stop read­ing wed­ding blogs. Avoid Pin­ter­est. Think about your wed­ding for a moment or two (via the Huff­in­g­ton Post)
  • If you’re sav­ing money with a lot of wed­ding DIY, it’s a great idea to cheat at cal­lig­ra­phy — and it’s pretty easy to do (with the right tuto­ri­als and tech­niques!) See Lon­don Bride’s sim­ple, fun tech­nique, find more ideas in this forum dis­cus­sion and see step by step fake cal­lig­ra­phy instruc­tions with pic­tures here on Wed­ding Bee.
  • BUT if you’re pay­ing for a cal­lig­ra­pher for your wed­ding day, how would you feel if they were using the same tech­niques to fake it?! I’m 100% behind UK cal­lig­ra­pher Scar­let Blue, who explains why sell­ing fake cal­lig­ra­phy as the real thing is wrong. Fake wed­ding cal­lig­ra­phy — Buyer Beware!
  • Wed­ding blog inspi­ra­tion all in one place — an intro­duc­tion to the Dream Wed­ding Direc­tory (by Nathan)
  • Do you need a wed­ding seat­ing chart? (No — trust me: escort cards are bet­ter!) Found via Wed­Weekly
  • One of many rea­sons grooms pro­cras­ti­nate on wed­ding plan­ning tasks! (I’m sure it’s not just grooms either!)
  • A few wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy secrets (grab a cuppa — this is a long but worth­while read)

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