Perfect Wedding Guide's archives include about 1,400 posts - which means there is ample reading material. The blog does feature ads on the sidebar, but they're fairly simple and don't distract from the reading experience.
It also offers a solid selection of planning tools, including a checklist, guest list manager, seating chart, budget calculator, personal inspiration board and the option to bookmark items you'd like to remember.
The Wedding Ideas section offers practical tips and advice on topics such as understanding different wedding photography techniques, understanding invitation etiquette and how to lose weight for the big day in a healthy way.
The biggest drawback of Perfect Wedding Guide is that its vendor and bridal show sections only feature information for select locations in the United States. Brides-to-be who aren't getting married in or near one of the featured locations won't find any resources past the blog, planning tools and the Ideas section.
Although there is a lot of information on the blog, it's organized into only four very broad categories: if you want to read up on a specific topic, you'll need to search for it. There are tags used on the posts, but those are also obscure and not useful in helping you to find what you're looking for quickly.
Our reviewers also felt that the photo galleries on Perfect Wedding Guide are pretty sparse compared to the other wedding planning websites we reviewed. Perfect Wedding Guide could easily increase its quality by organizing its blog into a more user-friendly format, adding more content to the photo galleries and expanding the vendor information it provides.