10 Wedding Instagrammers To Follow
Ever since the moment you said "yes" to that man on one knee, you may have been following @brides, @theweddingwire and @stylemepretty on Instagram. And I don’t blame you. If Instagram was around when I was getting married, I would have too. But in case you’re looking to add a little more flavor to your wedding Insta feed, here are ten Instagrammers sure to give you all the inspo you could ever want. (And if you want to get inspired with some paper goods on Insta, you can here!)
1. Meredith Jane Photography - Photography
I always get a little excited when I see one of Meredith's photos pop up. She has curated her own beautiful photos into a lovely, light feed. She also regularly publishes helpful (and gorgeous) blog posts to help you keep those creative juices flowing!
2. Gigi Mallatt - @gigimallattevents - Wedding Planning/Design
I accidentally stumbled onto Gigi's IG account just this morning, probably because I was falling through that proverbial Instagram rabbit hole. But, this time, it actually proved valuable. Gigi seems to have an effortless, sophisticated and still fun style that would make for a stunning wedding.
3. @sweet.mun - Travel
A honeymoon planner with a gorgeous website. Ugh, genius. Weddings, quite frankly, are stressful enough without the added pressure of having a dream honeymoon. I would have most definitely let Lauren plan our honeymoon.
4. @jenbrazeal - Photography
Based out of my alma mater's town (gig 'em, Ags!), Jen has a beautiful and soulful aesthetic. I also love reading how she started out as a school teacher and transitioned into photography full-time. Don't you just love supporting people who make their dreams happen?
5. @littleepicurean -Cakes/Food
YUM. In case you'd like a little bit of cake and reception food inspiration, Maryanne has got you covered. With the weather heating up a bit in Texas, this Cinnamon Toast Crunch ice cream cake is screaming my nameeeee.
6. @vintagepostageshop - Paper Goods
For whatever reason, vintage postage stamps are just more romantic than your normal ones. I love interpreting the culture based off of the stamps from years gone by. Especially when stamps cost only 15 cents. These would be absolutely stunning to add to your wedding invites!
7. @rhiannonbosse - Wedding Planning
I've been following Rhiannon for years. Way before I even thought about dipping my toes into the wedding industry, I was constantly inspired by her beautiful floral arrangements and impeccable work ethic. I have little doubt you won't be able to find some inspirational shots on her feed.
Lovely photos, links to stunning dresses and vendors, and loads of inspiration fill this feed. It's a UK-based blog so they use words like "besotted" and feature Union Jack decor so you'll probably almost instantly feel more sophisticated!
I'm all about giving back with our work and Celia Grace is the only (that I'm aware of) wedding dress supplier who does just that. Dresses are made fairly and for each dress sold, a child in Cambodia gets a school uniform. Add to that do-goodness the fact that you can try on these stunning and flattering dresses at home and you've got a perfect combination.
Complete with referrals to hand-picked professionals, styled shoots and real weddings, this blog is a helpful guide in planning your day. Scrolling through this feed makes me wish that I had a digital BFF like this to help me plan!