Stop diving into the wedding planning wormhole that is Pinterest and start finding the information you want. These blogs and podcasts are down to earth, edgy, and diverse — my favorites in the wedding industry.
Apple Brides started as a resource to help underserved couples in Washington and Idaho. They grew rapidly, and I love their local Pacific Northwest know-how.
Catalyst Wedding Co. is an amazing blog and magazine serving a relaxed community of ethnically-diverse and LGBTQ couples. Their “you do you” attitude makes their community so supportive and loving that you can’t help but fall in love with them.
The Bridechilla Podcast covers modern wedding topics, including feminism, ethical weddings, and how to chill the f*ck out while planning a wedding. This podcast is relatable, refreshing, and the host, Aleisha McCormack, is downright entertaining.
This magazine and blog is published in Seattle’s very own Capitol Hill, so you know it’s going to be diverse and funky. This is the magazine to check out if a stereotypical wedding isn’t your dream.
Green Wedding Shoes only shares the most stunning content. I especially love their inspiration board section. Look at it to nab the trendiest and most unique ideas for your wedding.
I love everything about A Practical Wedding, from their satirical article on How Wedding Planning Takes All Your Money (and Slowly Destroys Your Soul) to their post about a wedding with a kitten cocktail hour. They’re down to earth, realistic, and help make wedding planning fun.
Outdoor lovers rejoice! Luxe Mountain weddings showcases “where style meets sophistication in the mountains,” and it’s beautiful. If you’re a nature lover, this is your place.
Did I miss any of your favorite wedding resources? Let me know in the comments.