Wedding Blog Awards - Winners 2013

Last night was a huge night in the wedding blog industry calendar. 

It was the 2013 Wedding Magazine's Wedding Blog Awards hosted in London at The Ritz and attended by the most influential bloggers in the UK. 

In the winners list were some wedding blogs I read like wonderful coffee table magazines, even though there won't be a wedding to (hopefully - I will be the mother in law to be eek), help plan for at least 20 odd years and some that were totally new to me that I can see becoming firm favourites.

All divine, all full of inspiration for weddings and beyond. The creativity in these sites and the determination and drive of the people behind them is so admirable. 

Congratulations to all the winners!

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From top to bottom, left to right; 

Best Newcomer Blog - Wedding Sparrow

Best DIY Wedding Blog - BrideDeForce  

Best Alternative and Best Real Life Weddings Blog  - Rock n Roll Bride 

Best London Blog - London Bride 

Best Flowers Blog - Flowerona

Best Wedding Style Blog - Love my Dress

Best International Blog - Style me Pretty 

Winner Editor's Pick - Before the Big Day 

Best Inspiration Blog - Brides up North 

Check them all when - you won't be disappointed - they are award winners after all! 

There were also a number of fantastic blogs who received highly recommended accolades. You can see the full list here

I would so love to one day see The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation up with those amazing sites. 

The work they do is unique, inspirational and in one day they can achieve so much that effects people for the rest of their lives.

Take a minute to look at the work they do helping terminally ill couples get married. And if you have another minute donate £1

I hope you will see one of their weddings featured on one of the awards winners' sites soon, to give them even greater exposure, so more people can help raise much needed funds. 

Well done Naomi, I hope all your efforts are recognised and rewarded by the industry again this year. 

CharityLucy HeathComment