I feel like I haven't done one of these posts in a while, and there's a few blogs I've been reading that are must-shares! Some are older, and have been on my feeds for a while, I just completely forgot to blog about them, others I only just discovered, but love enough to want to share with you anyway.
A Fine Frenzy
Some of you may already know this blog, since I tend to reblog on my tumblr from her, and sometimes here. I love this blog because she never posts just random pictures, there's always a theme and it's always, so damn pretty. If you don't believe me, just go to her archive and scroll down. Tumblr bloggers will want to reblog everything. She has beautiful inspiration for couture and anything french or to do with food or design culture. Every now and then, for bengali brides, she posts series of wedding pictures and I always promise myself to track down all the photographers and get more images of those same brides, because they have such style! This blog is a must if you're on tumblr, and if you're not, check it out every now and then for inspiration anyway.
A Shahzadi Affair
Shahzadi is a newbie to my feed. Written by a new Toronto-area wedding planner, the blog features really well written posts on local vendors and international style. I found myself scrolling back through the archives for a long while.
UK brides looking for the definitive online guide to luxury wedding vendors will appreciate this blogger and her list of services. Curated by wedding planner and stylist Rachyeta Singh, the blog covers the best of UK fashion, wedding services and vendors. With a practical focus, the blog offers advice on booking vendors, questions to ask, and what to expect, all through interviews with talented members of the wedding industry. My favourite part of the RS consultants experience, however, has to be the Wedding Designer for Less. If you are a professional couple who know the value of a dollar (or pound, as the case may be), but want someone to work with you on creating a vision for you to plan the most stylish and personal reception possible, Rachyeta can help. Through several e-mail consultations and teleconferencing, she'll learn about you and what you want before coming up with a proposal that includes theme, design, suggested diy, local vendor contacts, and venue suggestions. It's wedding planning for the new millenium! They do offer full-service planning as well.
Belle the Magazine
Found via one of my favourite forums and resources for Pakistani brides-to-be, Belle the Magazine is one of my new favourite, favourite blogs. I find her work to be incredibly well put together, a comlete resource, with each post doing comprehensive roundups on everything from favourite stationery to to wedding hairstyles to the best of table shapes. There are tones of pictures here, for every style of bride, so if you're looking for decor ideas, you will be pinning away, I promise.