How to plan your wedding using Pinterest boards?

  • By Ridhima Arora
  • December 17, 2019
  • 3 minutes read

Pinterest has been serving as a boon filled with millions of inspirations for various topics such as fashion, photography, inspirational quotes, travel, food and even for the weddings. When it comes to weddings, it has become as invaluable resource to plan a dream wedding. There are so many would be brides as well as grooms all over the world using this social media platform to find ideas for their attires, décor of their functions, wedding favours, invites and so on. They are creating mood boards to bring their vision to life, or as a tool to show their vendors as well as closed ones what they have in mind. 

When it comes to weddings, you must be needing so many ideas to plan so many wedding functions, which is now made easy with the help of Pinterest. You would be able to browse from millions of images of bridal lehengas or sherwanis to see what is trending and show it to your designer to tell them what you want. If this concept new to you, you can use the below-mentioned tips that will guide you to set up a wedding Pinterest board, which will further help you plan the wedding of your dreams!

How to start?

You can give it a head start by signing up on Pinterest and just like other social media sites, it will start pulling from your contacts list, so your friends may start following you. The Pinterest boards are usually public but it also allows to make secret boards that will help you to keep your wedding ideas under wraps. You can also set up shared boards, and share with your partner. You can make separate boards for wedding décor, invitations, favours, mehendi outfits, wedding outfits and almost everything.

Boards to Follow

Pinterest is just like other social media platforms where, you can follow individuals, brands, professionals, businesses, blogs and publishers on it. Plus, you can also explore the wedding section and search wedding ideas including décor, venues, outfits, wedding favours, invites and the list is endless. All you need to be is selective in who you follow, choose some accounts whose aesthetic aligns with your own and start from there. Wedding planners, bridal designers, and wedding websites are a great place to start!

Use the Pinterest

Less pretty but incredibly practical, Pinterest is also useful as a bookmarking system, whether it’s a supplier you love or a ceremony reading you’ve spotted. Add the ‘Pin It’ button to your browser, and that way you can quickly and easily pin products, articles, or useful websites as you spot them, and revisit them later.

Take your time, do your research. But, once you’ve made your choices, shut down the wedding inspiration so you don’t second guess yourself.


Also, read: How to plan a rocking sangeet on a budget?

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