Credit: Walls of Jericho Photography

by Linda DiProperzio

TikTok has become the go-to social media site for fun and creative content. But it’s also a place where you can find tips and advice on a slew of topics, including wedding planning. In fact, there are plenty of wedding pros who love to share their insight on how couple can put together the perfect ceremony and reception. From hosting at home and sticking to your budget to the latest beauty and fashion trends, there’s no shortage of accounts to follow. To get you started, here are 10 wedding TikToks to start following as you begin the planning process.

@shanndetrick

Shannon Detrick is in charge of marketing for @thebachparty, a free app that makes planning a bachelor and bachelorette party a breeze. But her TikTok isn't just about these pre-wedding events. In fact, the account is filled with advice on a variety of wedding and marriage topics, including how to handle rain on your wedding day (she admits to having a breakdown the week before her big day because of the forecast), how she and her husband keep their marriage spicy, bridesmaid rules and wedding regrets.

@ashleyskutka

The owner of Hamilton Events, based in South Carolina, Ashley Kutka describes herself as an "extroverted, caffeine-fueled, Chick-Fil-A-obsessed gal that one day decided to chase after her dreams." She fills her TikTok with “30 Days of 30 Second” wedding planning tips to give couples some quick but useful advice on how to plan their big day. There’s also design and décor inspiration as well as some funny moments fellow planners can definitely relate to.

@fiancefinancial

Couples on a tight budget will definitely want to check out Jenna MacLellan’s account where she posts advice on putting together a beautiful wedding for under $10,000! She also owns "The Confetti Farm Store," which makes biodegradable confetti for special events. And for some fun content, check out the video of her bridal shower, which fell on October 3 (Mean Girls fans will appreciate it!).

Newlyweds and guests watching fireworks display
Credit: Ama by Aisha

@olive_huffman

Huffman is a graphic designer who DIY’ed most of her wedding details—including sewing her own dress—and while her big day has come and gone, she is still spending her “time imagining elaborate fake wedding aesthetics.” Huffman also shares details about her own planning experience, including how she and her husband came up with an amazing seating chart idea that also served as the guests’ favors. Book lovers should definitely check it out.

@plusoneplanning

The Wisconsin Wedding Planner was a special education teacher before falling in love with event planning while putting together her own vows. She fills her channel with everything from mistakes to avoid and the latest trends to frequently asked questions and ideas that will set your wedding apart from the pack.

@weddingfashionexpert

Nayri Kalayjian of Lovella Bridal, a full-service bridal salon in Los Angeles has helped celebrity brides find their perfect wedding gown and she is now sharing her vast fashion knowledge to assist every woman looking for the dress of her dreams via her best selling book, “I’m Getting Married & Have Nothing to Wear.” She shares a lot of her advice and tips on her TikTok account, covering everything from whether to go timeless or trendy and delivery dates and pricing to alterations and the best bridal hairstyles.

Goth-style wedding couple
Credit: The Lumen Studios

@mama_meaux

Based in Louisiana, Monique Courtney is a graphic designer who works closely with engaged couples to come up with custom signage, or you can order something directly from her online store. TikTok fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at how she creates many of her items, as well as an inside peek into her own wedding planning process.

@yegweddingplanner

Noha Tarabain of Roselite Event Planning in Canada is a luxury wedding planner who shares tips and advice on her TikTok page. As a Muslim woman, she is an expert at putting together vows for couples of that particular faith and often shares advice for fellow Muslim brides. But her wedding planning advice is universal so couples of any background can benefit from it.

@haleymcelroyco

This husband and wife photography & videography team services weddings and elopements in Oklahoma, Colorado and worldwide, working to give couples "an enjoyable, stress-free and memory-filled experience." Their TikTok account is a sneak peek into their shoots with couples, as well as plenty of confidence-boosting advice on feeling more comfortable in front of the camera and photo shoot hacks.

And of course, @lovestoriestv

Our TikTok account is filled with advice, celebrity wedding news and giveaways. And you'll find it hard to tear yourself away from all of the real wedding content, including some of the sweetest groom reactions to watching their bride walk down the aisle, tear-filled wedding vows and fun first looks.

When you're done looking through TikTok, don't forget to browse through all of our wedding videos for more planning ideas.

Credit: Walls of Jericho Photography

by Linda DiProperzio

TikTok has become the go-to social media site for fun and creative content. But it’s also a place where you can find tips and advice on a slew of topics, including wedding planning. In fact, there are plenty of wedding pros who love to share their insight on how couple can put together the perfect ceremony and reception. From hosting at home and sticking to your budget to the latest beauty and fashion trends, there’s no shortage of accounts to follow. To get you started, here are 10 wedding TikToks to start following as you begin the planning process.

@shanndetrick

Shannon Detrick is in charge of marketing for @thebachparty, a free app that makes planning a bachelor and bachelorette party a breeze. But her TikTok isn't just about these pre-wedding events. In fact, the account is filled with advice on a variety of wedding and marriage topics, including how to handle rain on your wedding day (she admits to having a breakdown the week before her big day because of the forecast), how she and her husband keep their marriage spicy, bridesmaid rules and wedding regrets.

@ashleyskutka

The owner of Hamilton Events, based in South Carolina, Ashley Kutka describes herself as an "extroverted, caffeine-fueled, Chick-Fil-A-obsessed gal that one day decided to chase after her dreams." She fills her TikTok with “30 Days of 30 Second” wedding planning tips to give couples some quick but useful advice on how to plan their big day. There’s also design and décor inspiration as well as some funny moments fellow planners can definitely relate to.

@fiancefinancial

Couples on a tight budget will definitely want to check out Jenna MacLellan’s account where she posts advice on putting together a beautiful wedding for under $10,000! She also owns "The Confetti Farm Store," which makes biodegradable confetti for special events. And for some fun content, check out the video of her bridal shower, which fell on October 3 (Mean Girls fans will appreciate it!).

Newlyweds and guests watching fireworks display
Credit: Ama by Aisha

@olive_huffman

Huffman is a graphic designer who DIY’ed most of her wedding details—including sewing her own dress—and while her big day has come and gone, she is still spending her “time imagining elaborate fake wedding aesthetics.” Huffman also shares details about her own planning experience, including how she and her husband came up with an amazing seating chart idea that also served as the guests’ favors. Book lovers should definitely check it out.

@plusoneplanning

The Wisconsin Wedding Planner was a special education teacher before falling in love with event planning while putting together her own vows. She fills her channel with everything from mistakes to avoid and the latest trends to frequently asked questions and ideas that will set your wedding apart from the pack.

@weddingfashionexpert

Nayri Kalayjian of Lovella Bridal, a full-service bridal salon in Los Angeles has helped celebrity brides find their perfect wedding gown and she is now sharing her vast fashion knowledge to assist every woman looking for the dress of her dreams via her best selling book, “I’m Getting Married & Have Nothing to Wear.” She shares a lot of her advice and tips on her TikTok account, covering everything from whether to go timeless or trendy and delivery dates and pricing to alterations and the best bridal hairstyles.

Goth-style wedding couple
Credit: The Lumen Studios

@mama_meaux

Based in Louisiana, Monique Courtney is a graphic designer who works closely with engaged couples to come up with custom signage, or you can order something directly from her online store. TikTok fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at how she creates many of her items, as well as an inside peek into her own wedding planning process.

@yegweddingplanner

Noha Tarabain of Roselite Event Planning in Canada is a luxury wedding planner who shares tips and advice on her TikTok page. As a Muslim woman, she is an expert at putting together vows for couples of that particular faith and often shares advice for fellow Muslim brides. But her wedding planning advice is universal so couples of any background can benefit from it.

@haleymcelroyco

This husband and wife photography & videography team services weddings and elopements in Oklahoma, Colorado and worldwide, working to give couples "an enjoyable, stress-free and memory-filled experience." Their TikTok account is a sneak peek into their shoots with couples, as well as plenty of confidence-boosting advice on feeling more comfortable in front of the camera and photo shoot hacks.

And of course, @lovestoriestv

Our TikTok account is filled with advice, celebrity wedding news and giveaways. And you'll find it hard to tear yourself away from all of the real wedding content, including some of the sweetest groom reactions to watching their bride walk down the aisle, tear-filled wedding vows and fun first looks.

When you're done looking through TikTok, don't forget to browse through all of our wedding videos for more planning ideas.