Pin ‘n’ Plan
Pinterest is an inspiration haven, so whether you’re opting for a low key and relaxed affair or a glam blowout with hundreds of guests, it’s a great place to start when planning your wedding. But with so many boards to follow, it can be tricky to know where to begin to get the look you’re after. Luckily for you, ladies, we’ve done the hard work and rounded up a couple of our favourites on everything from invites and centrepieces, to hairstyles and cakes! Check them out below and get ready to start planning (and pinning!).
Once you have your date set, you will want to get those invitations and save the date cards sent ASAP. As the invite is really the first aspect of your wedding that you will be sharing with your guests, it’s nice to make them personal and give your guests a hint of what’s to come for your big day.
If you’re going for a classic style wedding with a slight rustic edge, we love this board. The aged paper, traditional calligraphy and wax seals definitely set the scene for a classy affair.
Or, if you aspire to a ‘homemade’ look, we’re sure that this board will provide you with some handy tips on adding different colours and fun touches, making your invites so much more you.
Alternatively, Loverly’s gorgeous board is packed full of eye-catching, colourful and modern wedding invite styles. We can’t get enough of their hand-painted designs with touches of gold foil!
Table Décor and Centrepieces
An integral part of planning a wedding, next up is table décor. Pinterest is packed full of beautiful ideas to help you find the perfect look to fit your chosen theme and colour scheme.
Are you going for muted colours, lots of foliage and a relaxed vibe? We have found the board for you! Think mismatched flowers in gin bottles and wooden crates that all seamlessly come together for one stylish display. How about going modern with some fun ideas from Vané Broussard?
Another favourite of ours is this board from Bespoke Bride. Bold and colourful, they probe that you don’t need to be afraid of clashing colours and prints. You can definitely use a pineapple as a vase and still look chic!
Cakes and Sweets
In my opinion, the most important aspect of any party is the food. More specifically, the desserts! So, when it comes to choosing your wedding cake you’re going to want to take it pretty seriously.
Stay on trend and steal some inspiration for a gorgeous “naked cake,” with this board, and this one from StyleCarrot. It’s just the thing for an outdoor spring wedding, which makes use of flowers and leaves for a rustic and relaxed look.
If you’re looking for something more classic and traditional, check out these cakes, for inspo on intricate bakes with lots of layers! Who says you only need one? Take on some tips from Glitter Inc. and browse their selection of party sweets. The board is full of ideas for fun and quirky sweet treats, from sprinkle-covered macarons, to cute cupcakes and brownies. It has us drooling just looking at the photos!
Perhaps the most important decision to be made for many brides-to-be! You want to look your very best, but also feel comfortable and stay true to your own personal style. We hear countless stories of women ending up with the exact opposite style than what they originally thought they wanted, but it’s still fun to have a look at your options before trying anything on!
Leaning towards a romantic style? Check out this board and this one, which hold great examples of gorgeous wedding photography, settings and lighting. For a whole lot of lace and elegant, feminine dress styles, lust over Once Wed’s board.
Now that you’ve narrowed down your dress choices, it will be much easier to think about how you want to style your hair. Tame your locks into a gorgeous and sophisticated up-do or a relaxed braid with inspiration from this board.
Or how about checking out these beautiful hairstyles, and learn to subtly incorporate accents such as ribbons, flowers and hairbands into your ‘do. Perfect for the trendy and stylish bride.
If you’re hunting for ideas on how to incorporate bold colours into your wedding scheme, an easy place to start is with your bouquet. This flower power board has some great examples of less traditional looks and advice on how to style a mix of flowers and foliage for definite eye-catchers.
For understated and classic bouquet ideas (which also make use of classic colours and flowers), we have the board for you. And if that’s not quite your style, why not ditch the bouquet completely and opt for pom poms, balloons or wreaths with some alternative inspiration from One Fab Day’s board.
When in wedding planning mode it’s easy to get caught up with cake tastings and dress fittings, but don’t forget that you’re going to want your man to look sharp too! So, whatever his look, take some style tips from Style Me Pretty.
Got a suit savvy gent on your hands? This board is great and includes lots of examples as well as a variety of boutonnieres and finishing touches.
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