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10 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Endless Wedding Inspiration

Whether you’re planning now or in the (very) distant future.

Photo: Carats and Cake

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There are what seem like a million things to think about when planning a wedding: location, invites, food, your dress, other people’s dresses, live band versus DJ — the list goes on and on. Some brides have the luxury of help from a wedding planner to piece together the vision. For those who don’t, there’s Instagram.

Filling up your feed before you get into the thick of planning is the easiest way to get inspired on the cheap, and now that you can “save” photos on the app to your own folders, it really couldn’t be more convenient.

As for who to follow? We’ve obviously got you covered. From top wedding planners and production companies to all those accounts that specialize in cakes, venues, and flowers, we’ve rounded up some of the best accounts for any bride-to-be to follow for inspiration, DIY hacks, and just a bit more purpose to your endless scrolling.

Blossoms Events: This wedding and event production company is responsible for some really beautiful celebrations, from huge waterside productions to small backyard ceremonies. A lot of the decor you’ll see is super simple, too, so if you like something — like these French tulips in mismatched vases — you can easily recreate them with a small budget and a trip to the thrift store.

Green Wedding Shoes: The account for this OG wedding blog is a gold mine for quirky, totally doable ideas you probably needed to see someone else do first — like having your bridesmaids wear short dresses covered in gold glitter.

Winifred Kristé Cake: The account for this self-proclaimed couture cake boutique is pretty intense, showing off desserts that look way too good to eat. We’re talking hand-painted cakes with edible lace (!), Oreo macarons, and tons more that will have you thinking differently about your own sweets.

Tinge Floral: The shop is run by florist and mother Ashley Beyer, who is just as inspiring as her beautiful creations. If you’re looking to DIY your own floral arrangements, Beyer runs an online course twice a month — where you’ll learn the basics on sourcing and design — for $150.

The Venue Report: Still need a ceremony or reception spot? Honeymoon location? Just like really beautiful spaces? You should probably be following this account. It features some of the most beautiful locations all over the world, from restaurants and hotels to national parks and tropical destinations.

Style Me Pretty: Aside from the gorgeous photos, this account is awesome because it breaks down pretty much every detail in the caption, tagging everyone from the florist and event planning team to even the person responsible for the menu stationery — so you can head down the rabbit hole and check them all out directly.

Find your seat! Custom hotel key chain escort display from Mckenzie & Sean's Colorado wedding!

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Bash Please: The account for this full-service creative design and event production agency should be an easy follow if you’re looking to have unique and low-lift details on your big day. Much like these custom seating key chains, BP is known for thinking out of the box.

Carats and Cake: This account gathers the best of real weddings all over the world so that its followers have access to the people (and vendors) that make them happen. Definitely the account to follow if your wedding mood board doesn’t include chalk board signs and mason jars.

Donut cake. Need we say more? (via @tome____ )

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100 Layer Cake: Another OG wedding blog, 100 Layer Cake covers pretty much anything you’d need to plan a wedding, from venues and vendors to DIY tips (and a web shop, if you click through to the site). But whether you’re getting married or not, the best part of this Instagram feed is the amazing dessert ideas. Take this donut cake, for example.

Time to register for a blender, summer smoothie season starts now!

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Zola: Naturally Zola, the reimagined wedding registry site, is really good at suggesting cute things to ask your friends and family for. You can also expect photos and ideas from real weddings, bridal parties, and honeymoons.