An introduction to wedding blogs

Are you new to wedding blogs? Just exploring, seeing what they’re all about? Then this post is for you. It’s all too easy for me as a wedding blogger to forget that not everyone reads blogs. But I’d like to explain why they’re so easy to fall in love with and so irresistible to keep coming back to!

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Click to see more from Amanda and Anton’s gorgeous Thrumpton Hall wedding – Photo credit Lifeline Photography

Wedding blogs in the UK are bigger than the wedding magazines. The top blogs easily dwarf the official circulation figures of Wedding Ideas print magazine, You & Your Wedding and the other glossies. We feature real weddings almost every day, with a focus on details, ideas and inspiration.

Wedding blogs are free to read – they’re like magazines with no cover price! Forget paying your £4.99 to see inside the bag… with a blog you just click and explore all the real weddings, inspiration shoots, advertisers and ideas for your big day. For free!

Wedding blogs are more accessible than wedding magazines. Bloggers love to read your comments on the real weddings and articles we publish. Wedding industry debates are great for getting a conversation started, and we’re here to listen to your thoughts as well as sharing ours on important topics.

Blogs are a big social event! You’re one of 1,300 people reading this article today – English Wedding Blog attracts 35,000 readers every month. It’s a top 10 UK wedding blog, and the top three blogs attract millions of readers every year. We all have facebook pages, Pinterest boards and twitter accounts to keep our friends and readers up to date with latest news and blog posts.

So how do you use a wedding blog?

It’s easy – we all have navigation menus at the top of our sites. From here you can find real weddings by theme (for example, vintage weddings or luxury weddings), as well as inspiration shoots; you can discover great wedding suppliers and find articles and advice to help plan your wedding.

You can also search online – try Googling for your venue and including the word ‘blog’ before you hit search. You’ll find real weddings from the major blogs or on local photographers’ websites. How cool is that?! It’s a great way to discover new wedding blogs as well.

To keep up to date with the latest wedding trends and see real weddings as they’re published on blogs, just subscribe to your favourites. English Wedding Blog has a daily email so you can see the latest real weddings without even having to visit the blog! You can also subscribe to us in a blog ‘reader’ like Feedly, where you can see all your favourite blogs in one place.

The beauty and appeal of wedding blogs is always that they give a daily dose of wedding-related pretty photography. They’re gorgeous to look at and guaranteed to give you five minutes of pleasure away from the daily grind of your office! Read us on your mobile or tablet – the top UK wedding blogs are all designed to look great on phones as well as big screens.

Welcome to the world of wedding blogs – if you’re new to English Wedding you can start here: new to English Wedding Blog?

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.



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