So I get asked all the time, “Angie, have you ever seen anything really crazy at a wedding?” “Angie, what’s the coolest thing you’ve seen at a wedding?” “Angie, what’s the prettiest wedding you’ve been to?”

Well I have to say that each and every wedding is different and unique in its own way. Weddings take a ton of planning and effort on the parts of everyone involved. Clearly, the number of questions like the ones mentioned above means there is an interest in wedding planning among you readers! I try to keep up with wedding trends and ideas so that I can know what’s going on out there in the world (and perhaps maybe a little bit for possibly my own wedding maybe someday?). So I thought I’d share a few of my favorite wedding related links with you!

Those who know me know I LOVE vintage inspired things. When I was youner I always loved the glamour and rapport of the 1950s. I have also always been a major fan of Nick and Night and TV Land. So I love Vintage Glam Weddings. They have tons of pictures from real weddings so you can gather inspiration for throwing your own retro affair.

Inspired By This features inspiration boards with great and interesting color palette ideas. It’s a great place to get started when thinking about color choices, and it’s just plain fun to look at.

Snippet and Ink features photos from real weddings and daily inspirations for wedding planning.

Did I also mention I love crafts? Well, if you’re like me you’ll find DIY Bride quite the read. Doing it yourself is a great way to save money and add personalized touches and this blog features projects that are great for brides, but could also be great for other uses too!

The Bride’s Cafe features photos from real weddings all over the country along with period guest blogging and DIY project how-to’s.

Style Me Pretty features photos from real weddings along with inspiration boards, color palette ideas and invitation examples.

Utterly Engaged is an online zine dedicated to everything wedding.

The Broke-Ass Bride is an awesome site with great ideas on how you can save a little cash while planning your wedding. Their great DIY projects seem upscale but are easy on the wallet. BAB teaches you ways to cut corners with certain aspects of your wedding so you can leave more money for the important things like photography ; )

I hope that you find these websites helpful to you in your wedding planning experience no matter what stage of the process you’re in.

PS. There are still spots available for the November Boudoir Marathon! Let your friends know and email me if you’d like to book a slot!