10 Pinterest Boards Every Bride and Groom Must Follow
16 May 2015
You’ve just got engaged. You’re that new excitable bride or groom-to-be and it’s time to start creating the most perfect wedding that there has ever been. So where do you turn? Pinterest, Pinterest, Pinterest!
Known for inspiring the masses, Pinterest is one of the most visual social media sites out there and is guaranteed to leave you feeling even more excited about your wedding day than you already are. Yes, we know that’s a big statement!
With so many questions to answer, what colour scheme do I want, food, venue? It can get a little overwhelming with the amount of boards there are, so to save you some time, we’ve selected some of the highlights - the top 10 Pinterest boards to follow for wedding inspiration, so you can get pinning straight away. After all, you’re a busy person now, you’ve got the happiest day of your life to plan…
1. Disney Weddings
For those of us who are still a child a heart, and dream of the fairytale ending, the Disney Wedding Pinterest board is filled with real-life weddings that have taken place where dreams come true: themed food, favours and holidays. Their slogan? Live your fairytale.
2. Rock My Wedding
With inspiration for all of the styles, all the seasons and all of the colours, Rock My Wedding is a well-round wedding inspiration account to follow. Most of the images they pin come from their own site and are likely to be from real weddings that they’ve covered; meaning the style you’re looking for may not be as far out of reach as you may think.
3. The Big Fat Indian Wedding
The inspiration behind this account couldn’t be more evident from its title. Indian weddings are glamorous, big, colourful and full to the brim with food and celebration... and that is definitely what you get from this board.
4. Bride Magazine
Are pastel weddings your thing? Is the wedding cake what you’re most excited about? We have a board for everything and we’re still growing! Pinning only the best images and ideas so that you’re sure not to be disappointed by hitting follow.
5. Knot and Pop
As one of the winners in last year's Wedding Industry Awards as ‘Best Wedding Planner’ for London and the South East, it’s no wonder that Knot and Pop's Pinterest board is full of fantastic ideas and beautiful images. With boards that pay attention to the finer details such as typography and confetti, even the smallest thing will be perfect on your big day.
6. Love Bridal Boutique
Rebecca Adlington was dressed by this great bridal boutique for her big day, so you can rest assured you are in good hands when you hit follow on this lovely page. With boards dedicated to the dresses they have on offer in store (based in Sussex) and boards that aim to just inspire, you can shop whilst you plan, the perfect combination!
7. Laura Stewart
For the more boho bride, Laura Stewart’s page could be right up your street. Having designed for Anthropologie in the past, Laura’s boards are filled with patterns and details that could really make your wedding pop. Though not strictly a wedding-orientated page, plenty of DIY projects and styling choices can be transfered from these lifestyle boards.
8. The Broke-Ass Bride
Need to keep your wedding on a tight budget? This page is perfect for you! It is all about keeping prices low while maintaining gorgeous detailing, venues and much more that you’d want for the most important day of your life.
9. The Beauty Page
Looking for beauty inspiration for the big day? This page offers ideas for great make-up and hair. With seasonal looks, product recommendations and celebrity-inspired style, your hair and make-up will look flawless and professional.
10. Before the I Dos
Covering everything from the most out-there wedding themes, such as baseball and carnival, to the most classic and pretty, this board goes into the finer details of wedding inspiration. They have boards dedicated to practically everything and anything you could think of!