Bloggers — they’re just like us, give or take a rockstar wardrobe. It’s the same circle of style influencers that you continually stalk on Instagram that may very well inspire your upcoming bridal look. It makes sense, really. Just as you would glean endless inspo from a hefty stack of wedding magazines sitting atop your coffee table, who better to take wedding day cues from than your go-to blogger babes? From preliminary dress fittings and sneak peeks to those special first-look snaps, the ‘Gram is chock-full of bridal fashion at your fingertips.
Whether you’re in the market for an über traditional A-line gown or a bespoke creation complete with all the bells and whistles, you’ve come to the right place. From Mackenzie Horan’s Nantucket nuptials to Sarah Vickers’ evergreen-inspired winter ceremony, we’re bringing you 11 of the most wow-worthy blogger wedding moments (and accompanying bridal looks to go with, of course). We’re talking 360 degrees of perfection.
Nantucket newlywed, Mackenzie Horan Beuttenmuller of Design Darling, knocked it out of the park with her elegant French twist (a laid-back chic updo), stunning silk crepe Sarah Seven Sullivan gown and Christian Louboutin ankle tie pumps. The #navyornothing enthusiast couldn’t have picked out a more fitting bouquet — the blue and white hydrangeas ended up being the perfect last-minute addition.
Cue the heart eyes: We’re still not over Jane Aldridge‘s one-of-a-kind 1950’s gown (uncovered on Etsy, no less!) featuring a dramatic bustle. The Sea of Shoes blogger accessorized her ethereal silk organza creation with vintage jewelry and a bouquet of wild blooms for an intimate backyard ceremony.
Super blogger Rumi Neely channeled pure romance with her half-naked inspired wedding dress consisting of a risqué thigh-high slit and sheer paneling on top. Her floor-sweeping skirt and satin lace-up heels continued to rack up the pomp and circumstance.
Stans on your wedding day?! YAS, that’s what we’re here for. Rebecca Laurey‘s pared-down bridal look — consisting of a textured lace Self-Portrait dress, an embroidered Levi’s denim jacket and old-school kicks — is totally unexpected, but in the best possible way.
Just wow. When you know, you know. We imagine it must have been love at first sight for UK blogger and confidence coach Freddie Harrel upon selecting this frothy princess-y tulle gown. Between the pretty blush hue and floral appliqués, we’re absolutely smitten.
Très chic. Just ask Arielle Charnas of Something Navy, you can’t go wrong with bridal white. The trendsetter teamed her custom-designed Christian Siriano gown (eek!) with a bouquet of Casablanca calla lilies for a modern-day wedding look rooted in tradition.
File under the most enchanting Christmas Tree Farm wedding ever, complete with twinkling lights, vintage rugs and surrounding evergreens. Preppy New Englander, Sarah Vickers, tied the knot in a traditional A-line gown and dainty pearl headband that could only be fit for a winter wonderland princess.
Surprise, surprise! Contrary to popular belief, Man Repeller founder Leandra Medine‘s wedding dress was anything but man-repelling. She styled her frou frou Marchesa gown with a custom Rebecca Minkoff moto jacket, platform Superga sneakers and a ceremonious flower crown.
Le swoon. Behold, the strapless Vera Wang gown that worked its wedding day magic for Kimberly Lapides‘ seaside nuptials in Hawaii. We’re loving the entire lewk — from her glamorous birdcage veil, right down to her dreamy bias-cut organza skirt (hello, drama).
Overwhelmed by Christian Siriano’s custom bejeweled gown is right. Nicolette Mason slayed on her wedding day with a blush pink wedding dress featuring rose gold roses and crystal appliqué that shimmered at each twirl. The OG blogger-turned-fashion-editor captured the glitz and glamour of Old Hollywood with her romantic ‘do.
While it-girl Blair Eadie (of Atlantic-Pacific) may not be a married woman yet, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spotlight the Queen Bee’s fairytale-esque NYC shoot with the bridal label, Pronovias. It’s hard to pick just one, but this floor-sweeping off-the-shoulder Albasari stunner gets our vote. (The breathtaking New York Public Library isn’t too shabby either.)