Five Wedding Blogs For the Massachusetts Bride
Five Wedding Blogs For the Massachusetts Bride
The Berkshires to Boston MA and CT Shoreline to Hudson Valley NY
Time was when wedding inspiration came from friends and bridal magazines. The Internet has blown the world of weddings wide open, though, and even though some of these blogs are from the other side of the globe, they’re bursting with a brilliance that brides in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New England can apply to their own weddings.
For the Environmentally-Conscious Bride: Green is the new white, and brides and grooms these days want to celebrate their love in a way that doesn’t trash the planet. Eco-Beautiful Weddings bills itself as “the daily blog for stylish green weddings” and the site contains links to the magazine of the same name. The blog makes available resources for everything from eco-friendly wedding favors to wedding gown preservation and includes links to Boston-area vendors who can help you plan your wedding in an environmentally-friendly way.
For the Cash-Strapped Bride: You may not be rolling in dough while planning your wedding, but one look at The Broke-Ass Bride will convince you that style need not be expensive, and attitude is free. Brightly colored and breezily written, this blog is a refreshing resource for the cash-conscious wedding-planner.
“Exactly what we needed. Rob was incredibly helpful, professional, and supportive. He went the extra mile as our sound vendor, and most importantly everything sounded great. The wireless lav mic he used to mic up our officiant was a really nice touch a well. All of our guests could hear the ceremony, the speeches, and the music during the dancing sounded great. Thank you Rob!”
For the Creative Bride: DIY Bride is a charming, user-friendly blog whose name says it all for the bride who wants to use her hands for more than wearing rings and holding bouquets. The blog features multiple photos and stories of couples who incorporated DIY into their wedding and can be easily searched by keyword for DIY wedding projects you may have in mind, or browsed by category if you’re just looking for inspiration. If you’re intrigued by a wedding story of a local couple, the blog helpfully lists their venues and vendors.
For the Number-Crunching Bride: Marriages are built on hopes and dreams, but let’s face it: weddings are paid for with cash. Wedding Stats organizes the typical costs of various wedding services and expenditures in one easy place so that you can get an idea of what you should expect to spend on your wedding in your area. The site is free and is one of the best and easiest-to-use tools we’ve found for establishing a budget for your wedding.
For the Offbeat Bride: Nothing borrowed for this bride–she’s creating her own path to the altar. If this sounds like you, get yourself over to Offbeat Bride. This site is comprehensive, organized, and anti-Bridezilla, helping the bride who insists on being herself find everything she needs to make her day unique (and survive the throngs who want her to do it just like everyone else).
“Surpassed expectations. Rob was very professional. He met with us several times and suggested ideas that we wouldn’t have thought of. On our wedding day he told us he had just bought a photo booth and wanted to try it out which he let us use free of charge. As a surprise he mailed us a thumb drive with the audio from our ceremony, the prayer from my wife’s grandfather and the speeches of the best man/Maid of Honor. He kept the night rolling and everyone on the dance floor. I would highly recommend him for any future events.” John
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