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7 Sustainable Wedding Blogs to Find Inspiration for Your Big Day

A wedding is one of the most important and auspicious occasions in everyone’s life which must be treasured for life-long. Every couple planning to tie their knots looks for bloggers and influencers who’re delivering their invaluable tips on the wedding day through their blogs.

If you’re planning your nuptials and looking for tips and DIYs to add extra flavors to your wedding ceremonies, you must be going through dozens of blogs on the topic. Couples planning to tie their knots, always look for something unique to make their special day memorable. They want wedding logos, initiation cards, along with others to stand out.

This article is intended to feed the hunger of people like you for inspiration on the wedding. In this article, you’ll get the seven best wedding blogs we’ve shortlisted for you. 

Here are the top 7 sustainable wedding blogs to find inspiration for your big day:

Style Me Pretty

Style Me Pretty, unquestionably, tops the list of sustainable wedding blogs. This blog is ideal for those looking for amazing wedding gown inspiration, tried-and-trusted vendor recommendations, and Pinterest-worthy tablescape ideas. Bookmark this blog and keep visiting regularly to get inspiration on the latest trends and fashion in the wedding ceremony. This website is simple, clean, and uncluttered — with a specific aesthetic for its brand. The most important thing about this site is that it only accepts and shows work that adequately fits that mold. 

Despite the site receiving an overwhelming 500-600 submissions in a week, it accepts merely 15-20 entries. You can directly submit to this site through its online submission dashboard that enables you to upload your images and add vendor credits. Soft pastel and cream colors, along with clean details shots influence the website.

100 Layer Cake

Be it engagement shoots or dreamy destination weddings, this site is worth scrolling. Not only this offers plenty of beautiful wedding photos but numerous invaluable advice for couples in the relationship at various stages — from recently engaged to newly wedded couples to married couples considering igniting a spark in their relationships. 

You can bookmark 100 Layer Cake website for unmatched wedding advice, great elopement features, and innovative bachelorette party & wedding shower ideas.

Martha Stewart Weddings

Martha Stewart is one of the most reputed blogs for wedding inspirations, especially for elite and celebrity weddings. It’s true that not every marriage is a celebrity wedding but various high-end events seen in the print magazine upraise the perceived standard of the online blogs. Apart, this site is affiliated with many major names in the world of wedding photography. This blog site itself doesn’t have a pre-determined aesthetic other than a particular upscale appearance. Its scope of styling is a little wider than that of Style Me Pretty. 

The submission process to this site is unique in which they request an email with some particular information, along with 3-5 photos attached. You will get specifics under the contact link on their website. 

Wedding Chicks

Wedding chick is yet another great blog from where you can get wedding inspiration with a focus on alluring imagery. The images that surround the website include the editorial cake and invitation suite images, but successfully attract and emotionally connect people more than any other blog website. 

While other blogs focus more on the details and the wedding styling, Wedding Chicks brings the styling of the wedding as well as shows actual and elegant moments. 

Submitting to this site is easy through its own online form. This allows you to upload 25 – 30 photos directly. 

Green Wedding Shoes

Green Wedding Shoes is considered as the most affordable destination. It’s the best pick for ones who are planning their nuptials and are on a tight budget. To put it simply, most wedding blogs focus more on featuring aspirational affairs, while Green Wedding Shoes keeps on highlighting cost-effective, affordable backyard and handmade weddings that anyone with a moderate budget can afford. 

This wedding blog is a must-visit destination for a couple struggling with large budgets, wedding favors, and tips on entertainment — from rehearsal dinner to cocktail hour. Budget-conscious couples can also look out for the site’s money-saving projects. 

Once Wed

Once Wed is counted as one of the most popular wedding blogs on the Internet because of its well thought out collection of wedding galleries, some of which are well-liked on the web. This wedding blog is also a great source for great ideas that include hair & beauty tutorials, floral centerpieces, along with others. 

You can bookmark this website for galleries of an aspirational wedding organized by style and season, doable DIYs, and a community for selling & buying used wedding dresses. 

Rock My Wedding

Rock My Wedding is a UK-based wedding blog site that offers a suite of wedding ideas, planning tips, and an abundance of DIY suggestions to engaged and wedding couples for making their big day unique and memorable while keeping the budgets under control. 

This wedding blog has also released a book of the same name in 2017 that’s filled with helpful advice and wisdom. You can bookmark this site for the latest dress collections, handpicked suppliers, and planning guides for each stage of the wedding. 


Alice Jackson is a business consultant, blogger, social media enthusiast, online market analyst, amateur designer and an avid author at Designhill. She has written on several topics including social media marketing, SEO, content marketing, startup strategies and e-commerce. When she’s not writing, she loves spending her time reading romantic novels, creating new online tshirt design. Connect with her on Twitter: @jackson_alice1  
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