The Instagram Accounts Brides-To-Be Should Follow

You’ve said yes – now what? It’s time to start gathering inspiration for your big day and where better to start than Instagram? From dresses to cakes, save-the-dates to buttonholes, we’ve rounded up the best accounts to follow for all the inspo you need...



The Lane

Ethereal, outdoor weddings are this account’s MO: think exposed brick walls, ample fairy lights and outdoor bench seating lit by candlelight.

Follow @thelane

Ruban Collectif 

The all-female team behind this account consists of a wedding planner, florist, hair stylist, photographer and graphic designer – providing followers with the best of the best when it comes to simple, unique wedding inspo. 

Follow @rubancollectif



Hilde Stories

Featured in Vogue, Elle and Harpers’ Bazaar, Hilde Stories has everything you need to create a simple and elegant wedding. Pink linen napkins and gold crockery feature heavily, along with blush blooms and contrasting, moody colour schemes. 

Follow @Hildestories


Love Find Co

Pretty lace detailing, dainty embroidery and frothy tulle are all regulars on Love Find Co, a destination for brides and bridesmaids alike. A great source for ring inspo too.

Follow @Lovefindco



The Anti Bride

Alternative wedding dressing at its finest, we love The Anti Bride’s edit of trend-led wedding dresses, plus stylish accessories, alongside hero products like pouch bags from Cult Gaia and Albus Lumen silk suits. 


Follow @_anti_bride

White Dossier

Whether you’re looking for an engagement party outfit, a week’s worth of honeymoon looks or the dress itself, styling service White Dossier has you covered. 

Follow @Whitedossier




Cake Ink

These edible designs are anything but the norm, with simple plain icing and show-stopping floral features taking centre stage. Choose from classic three tiered cakes, rectangular shapes or single tiered treats with floral wreaths. 

Follow @Cake_ink

Cove Cake Design

The Instagram home of award-winning cake artist Suzanne Brady, Cove Cake Design creates luxury, bespoke bakes, and her page is brimming with modern cakes featuring her signature sugar flowers and multi-layer sponges. 

Follow @Covecakedesign



Cynthia Irani Design

Cynthia Irani’s cakes take the meaning of edible art to a new level. Muted pastel icing, gold foil and pretty, free-flowing edible petals make them the pièce de résistance at any wedding. 

Follow @Cynthiairanidesing


Pale Press

London based Pale Press is run by self-taught calligrapher and designer Ashley Jones. Producing characterful, bespoke stationery for your wedding, Ashley elevates everything from invites to personalised fans. 

Follow @Palepresslondon



La Lettre

La Lettre specialises in fine art calligraphy and silk ribbons, spanning invites, name cards, table plans and RSVPs. We love their embossed envelope seals and metallic ink details. 


Follow @Lalettrekalligrafie

Isla Simpson

Designer and illustrator Isla Simpson creates hand-drawn illustrations for wedding invites, place cards and envelopes. Whether you’re after quirky animal illustrations or traditional florals, Isla’s whimsical artwork is full of personality and character. Her swan place cards are a favourite at SL. 

Follow @Isla_simpson




Liberty Lane Flowers

Based in the Cotswolds, florist Jen Evans designs natural and whimsical floral arrangements for weddings across the country. Think rose arches over church doors, aisles adorned with fresh meadow flowers and peony bouquets. 

Follow @Libertylaneflowers

Oh Flora Studio

If you’re after vibrant wedding flowers, Oh Floral Studio is the account to follow. Tanya Shaw’s designs combine light pink and orange flowers with purple and lilac blooms for sunny, summery bouquets and table settings. 

Follow @Ohfloralstudio



Coco In The Country

Creative duo Lucie and Kim are the team behind wedding and event floristry account Coco In The Country, which specialises in romantic, wild floral designs. Dark blooms contrast with softer flowers, alongside a hefty amount of foliage, creating pretty, full arrangements and bouquets. 

Follow @Cocointhecountry

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