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Now that I’m getting married and a few of my friends are getting married as well, I have gone from admirer of weddings to stalker of wedding blogs. I go through my blogroll everyday and see what’s new.
If looking for inspiration, be on the lookout not only for wedding inspiration blogs such as Style Me Pretty, Southern Weddings Mag, and Snippet and Ink, but for the following as well:
Wedding/event planners’ blogs, such as:
100 Layer Cake, Amorology, Eclatante, Details Details
Floral and event designers’ blogs, such as:
Huckleberry Karen, JL Designs, Karen Tran
Wedding photographers’ blogs, such as:
Jennifer Dery, Jennifer Skog, Jonathan Canlas, VCS Photo, Vue Photography
What are your favorite wedding blogs? Where do you usually go for wedding inspirations?
New blog address: www.ayleebits.com
Aylee Bits has a new address!
Please update your links with the new address:
I’m planning to slowly get rid of the very very very old blog address: www.gnyc.net/senseless. The old address still works and will continue working for probably 6 more months.
Create your wedding website at Shutterfly
There’s more to Shutterfly than photo sharing, photo books and cards. Shutterfly has its own website creation tool. And I suggest brides take advantage of this free helpful tool! It’s very easy to use.
Here are just a few of the features:
- Photo sharing – your guests can easily upload digital photos they took at your wedding
- Privacy and security – you can control permissions (view, comment, contribute, edit, etc) of the whole site and of each page
- Tools (widgets) – there are so many tools available including calendar, map, to-do list, journal (blog), guestbook, bookmarks, videos, files, message board, polls, and a lot more.