Our 6 Favorite Wedding Podcasts (2024)

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So you — or your soon-to-be spouse — did the thing and finally put a ring on it. Congratulations! While you have a lot of amazing times ahead of you, you may feel daunted by that one big elephant in the room — planning your wedding! Our list of top wedding podcasts is here to save the day.

Take a break from writing in your planner and scrolling through Pinterest by switching it up. Listen to these entertaining — and, most importantly, illuminating — wedding podcasts while on your morning and evening commutes. Soon you’ll become an expert in all the ins and outs of wedding planning and etiquette. Enjoy!

A quick word on procuring the perfect wedding venue

Romantic, Industrial showroom with stage.
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Before we dive into our favorite wedding planning podcasts of 2024, we’d like to share some information that every couple planning their wedding needs to know. If you’re still in search of that perfect venue for your ceremony and reception, Peerspace can help!

Peerspace is like an Airbnb for wedding venues, as well as other types of event spaces. We connect you with breathtaking locations brimming with style and first-rate amenities that fulfill your wedding vision. Peerspaces are owned by local hosts who strive to make your experience in their space amazing. While many Peerspace venues offer wedding-perfect amenities on the premises like catering and A/V equipment, if your choice does not, you can rely on the venue’s host to provide recommendations.

So what types of venues can you book for your wedding through Peerspace? Here are a few of our favorites:

  • This romantic industrial showroom in Las Vegas, NV (pictured above) with space for 100 guests, tables and chairs included, parking, a stage, an outdoor area, and an optional dessert package.
  • JULEP Venue in San Diego, CA with 10,000 square feet of space, all-white decor, high ceilings, lots of natural light, and the assistance of professional event coordinators.
  • This classy TriBeCA/SoHo event space loft in Manhattan, NY with exposed brick and white walls, high ceilings, hardwood floors, A/V equipment, and optional event planning services.
  • Gatsby’s Gem in Oklahoma City, OK, an Art Deco mansion with 5,000 square feet of space, a kitchen, a garden, and stunning architecture and decor to wow all your guests.
  • This rustic barn on an award-winning vineyard in Lovettsville, VA with indoor and outdoor space, vintage decor, a dance floor, plenty of open space, and tasty wines.

Most of these venues are set up so you can have your ceremony and reception in the same venue. This of course saves you money since you only have to rent one amazing venue. And as you can see, many Peerspace hosts offer event planning packages to help make your job easier.

It’s sort of like being your very own wedding planner! And with the wisdom provided by these exceptional wedding podcasts ahead, you’ll be well on your way to enjoying the perfect wedding day with your beloved.

1. Bridechilla

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The host of Bridechilla is author and comedian Aleisha McCormack, so you can be sure you’ll be laughing and learning the whole way through. There are over 300 episodes available to help you through the wedding planning process. The website even highlights the popular episodes, so you don’t have to hunt through them all. 

Described as “BS-free,” the show covers everything weddings from A to Z, including the logistics and emotional impact of wedding planning. Plus, the Q&A episodes are invaluable — chances are that if you have a question, someone has probably asked it before! McCormack sells planning guides in her online store, so you can follow along on paper as you listen to the episodes. She makes wedding planning as stress-free as possible — this way, you can be a bridechilla, not bridezilla.

2. Inclusively Yours by Love Inc.

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Is the conventional wedding industry mold not for you? If you’re planning on breaking wedding traditions and celebrating your way, give Inclusively Yours a listen. This podcast is produced by Love Inc. magazine. One of the most refreshing wedding resources out there, Love Inc. is a print magazine and online blog that specializes in inclusivity. The publication recognizes that not every engaged couple fits the traditional “bride and groom” roles. It also notes that many wedding traditions are out of touch and may not work for everyone. 

Founded by writer Brittny Drye in 2013, Love Inc. is leading the way for more inclusivity and gender-neutral language in the wedding space. Drye even works with other wedding professionals and companies to help them become more inclusive. On the show, Drye and wedding professionals share real wedding stories from couples of all kinds, as well as money-saving tips, ideas for elopements and proposals, and more. Love Inc. is a fabulous brand, so get ready to dig into some exciting episodes. 

3. Woman Getting Married

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Hosted by wife-and-husband team Lindsay and Cory, the Woman Getting Married podcast is a part of the popular blog of the same name. Lindsay and Cory talk wedding guest lists, budgeting, trends, registries, floral design, destination weddings, stress-busting tips, and so much more. There aren’t any details too small for them to cover! They also host Q&A sessions featuring questions from listeners, so you can get clarity on anything that’s still confusing you. Get advice from a couple who has been there and done that. While the podcast has been on a hiatus since 2022, the Woman Getting Married Apple podcast page is advertising a new season is coming soon, so catch up while you can!

4. The Big Wedding Planning Podcast

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The Big Wedding Planning Podcast is hosted by wedding planner Michelle Martinez, so you know you’ll be learning from the best. The show features new guests in every episode, including wedding vendors, industry experts, and real-life couples. Among wedding podcasts, this one is unique in that it boldly tackles topics like activism, nontraditional families, body positivity, religion, race, and representation in the wedding industry.

Martinez goes in-depth during every episode, sharing engaging stories that will inspire you throughout your wedding planning journey. Everyone’s wedding story is different, but this podcast will show that you aren’t alone. There are hundreds of episodes available on any platform where you can listen to podcasts.

5. Put a Ring on It

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Wedding pros Daniel Moyer (a wedding photographer) and Danielle Pasternak (a wedding planner) created this podcast, which they call “anti-boring”. And, best of all, it’s full of hilarious dad jokes. Put a Ring on It features enlightening interviews with guests like wedding videographers, venue owners, wedding bloggers, and fellow wedding planners and photographers, as well as other industry professionals with various areas of expertise.

The hosts take a holistic view of the wedding planning process. They consider the emotional and financial impact of orchestrating the big day. Moyer and Pasternak know that wedding planning goes far beyond the logistics of booking vendors and sending out invitations. In every episode, they go beneath the surface and tackle topics like body image, sustainability, marriage advice, setting boundaries, and family wedding drama. No topic is off limits on Put A Ring on It!

6. Every Day I’m Bustlin’

If you are a couple searching for insider tips and tricks on how to make your dream wedding come to life, this wedding planning podcast is for you. Every other Tuesday, husband-wife team and Bustld co-founders, Ryan and Samie Roberts, sit down to laugh, chat, and guide you through all things wedding planning in this popular podcast, Every Day I’m Bustlin’.

Episodes are bite-sized and feature pro advice from a veteran wedding planner alongside guest industry experts. Anyone planning a wedding can tag along to learn how to make all of the big (and small) choices for your big day. From first steps to planning a wedding, where to cut costs (and where to splurge), how to hire vendors, or how to lay out your wedding day, Every Day I’m Bustlin’ covers it all! Listen on all your favorite podcast platforms, including Apple, Spotify, or Stitcher.

The best wedding podcasts of 2024: conclusion

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Wedding planning can take a toll on your emotional well-being. If you aren’t best friends with a wedding planner, wedding podcasts are the next best thing. And remember that Peerspace can be your best friend when it comes to snagging that dream wedding venue.

No matter where you are at in your wedding planning process, it’s helpful to have a friendly voice of reason to listen to along the way. Whenever you have downtime, tune into these wedding podcasts on iTunes or Spotify. Enjoy practical advice delivered in an entertaining format.

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