How to gather inspiration on Pinterest

Chances are, this may be the first time you are planning an event of this size. Don’t stress! You can do this, you just need a little inspiration and organization. Pinterest is a great place to start if you need some inspo! 

If you don’t have a Pinterest page, now is a great time to get started. It’s free and super easy to use. Reach out if you need help! If you’ve looked at my page, you can tell I’ve spent some time pinning 😉 You can follow me on Pinterest here.

Think of the different things you want to get ideas for-Bach party, invites, big day, dress, hair, etc. Then start a board for each category.

Once you have boards created, start collecting pins. Remember, if you are starting several months or years before your big day, edit your boards often. Your opinions may change. Weed out anything that no longer matches the aesthetic.

As you get closer, you’ll be able to review your boards and start to make decisions for each category. If you are indecisive, lean on your bridal party or your family. You can always share your board with them, and get them involved in the planning virtually. This is a great way to include friends or family who don’t live close! 

Keep in mind, there is no right or wrong. Your day should be everything the two of you hope & dream of! 

As always, let me know if you need help. I’m happy to jump on Facetime and walk you through it.



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