Best Places to Find Wedding Content on Social Media

If you’re planning a wedding, you know that there are a million and one things to do. And while social media can be a great procrastination tool, it can also be a valuable resource for finding the best vendors, venues, and inspiration for your big day.

The great thing about using the internet to plan for a wedding, is that you will find an endless supply of content, ideas and answers to all of your super important questions. From the basics of knowing how many people to invite to a wedding, to the proper attire and location, endless articles and video tutorials can be found online as long as you know where to look.

Here are our top picks for where to find the best wedding resources on social media:

Instagram Wedding Content

For vendor inspiration: follow hashtags like #weddingvendorfeature or #weddingvendorsunite. For real-life wedding inspiration: follow accounts like @theknot or @stylemepretty. And for some lighthearted fun: follow accounts like @betchesluvthiswedding or @thecakeblog.

TikTok Wedding Videos

For vendor inspiration: check out the wedding hashtag or follow accounts like @weddingwire or @theknot. For real-life wedding inspiration: watch videos from couples who have recently gotten married (like this one from Hannah and Eli Salazar) or look for popular songs that have been used in wedding videos (like “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley or “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri). And for some lighthearted fun: follow accounts like @WeddingHumor or @WeddingFail.

Facebook Wedding Groups and Pages

For vendor inspiration: join groups like The Knot Wedding Pros, Weddings Unveiled, or WeddingWire Professionals. For real-life wedding inspiration: follow pages like Love Stories TV or The Budget Savvy Bride. And for some lighthearted fun: join groups like That’s it, I’m Planning My Wedding or I Think I Just Planned My Wedding.

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More Great Wedding Content Outside of Social Media

As wonderful as the major social networking platforms are for anything related to wedding content, they aren’t  the only game in town. With more weddings taking place than ever before, we are sure there are also an endless supply of new content going live daily as well.

Here are ten other wonderful locations you can start searching to find the best wedding content.

1. Social media is a great place to start when looking for wedding resources online. There are a number of different Facebook groups and pages dedicated to weddings, where you can find inspiration, advice and vendors. Pinterest is also a wealth of wedding-related information, from dress ideas to decoration inspiration.

2. Websites like The Knot and are great places to start your wedding planning. They both have a wealth of resources, including articles, vendor listings and forums where you can ask questions and get advice from other brides-to-be.

3. Blogs like A Practical Wedding and Offbeat Bride are great for alternative ideas and inspiration. If you’re looking for something a little different for your wedding, these blogs are definitely worth checking out.

4. For more traditional inspiration, magazines like Martha Stewart Weddings and Brides are full of beautiful photos and ideas. You can also find digital versions of these magazines online, as well as some great planning tools.

5. News sites like The New York Times’ weddings section and Refinery29’s wedding vertical are great places to keep up with the latest wedding trends. You can also find real-wedding features on these sites, which can be really inspiring (and sometimes entertaining!).

6. YouTube is a great place to look for DIY tutorials, from flower arranging to cake decorating. You can also find a number of wedding vloggers who document their entire planning process, which can be really helpful (and sometimes relatable!)

7. If you’re looking for more unique vendors, sites like Etsy and Zola offer a wide selection of handmade and one-of-a-kind items. From invitations to favors, you’re sure to find something special on these sites.

8. For all your wedding day beauty needs, sites like Beautylish and Birchbox offer a number of great resources. You can find articles on everything from hair and makeup trends to skincare tips, as well as a wide selection of beauty products.

9. If you’re looking for travel inspiration, websites like Destination Weddings and Honeymoons are great places to start. You can find a wealth of information on everything from where to honeymoon to what to pack for your destination wedding.

10. Finally, don’t forget about your own personal network of family and friends! Chances are there’s someone in your life who’s recently been through the wedding planning process and can offer some great advice and insight. Ask around and see what resources your loved ones can recommend.

By following these ten tips, you’re sure to find the best wedding resources online to help make your big day perfect!