Over the last few years, it seems like every bride (even those not yet engaged!) has been planning their dream wedding on Pinterest. And although creating a wedding worthy of being re-pinned time and time again isn’t the easiest task, it’s not quite impossible, either.
If you’re hoping to do more than simply use Pinterest for inspiration and hope to someday find your wedding being shared on one of the most used search engines in the world today, be sure to follow these steps.
Spend Time Exploring Ideas
Even if you have had an idea in mind for years, you might find that once the time to plan arrives, you could be surprised to discover you like themes or colors in a totally different style than you had always imagined! Don’t be afraid to take your time and explore these ideas right now. This is the fun part! Narrowing down too soon could lead you to regret it later, and there’s no fun in that feeling. I would highly suggest follow wedding planners, photographers, florists, and other wedding vendors. They most likely will have already curated boards for you to draw inspiration from and ideas for you to pin. I personally have almost 30 boards that can help you plan your wedding. To view my board click here.
Select a Theme
Although not required by all weddings, some of the most pinned weddings out there are ones that had a truly out-of-the-box idea and ran with it in some of the coolest ways! Find something you’re passionate about, or something that speaks to who you and your loved one are when you’re together, and see what you come up with. Your wedding planner, florist, and even your photographer will have good input or ideas to add once you deliver a base theme.
Hire the Right Vendors
This can’t possibly be emphasized enough: you get what you pay for. Although you might know a few friends who are looking to gain some experience in the industry, your wedding day only comes once in a lifetime and isn’t something for others to “try out” for the first time. If you truly want a wedding worthy of Pinterest (or any publications for that matter!), find an experienced photographer, florist, and coordinator/designer to create and capture your wedding in a way that will bring tears to your eyes every time you look back on the day — in the best way of course!
Instead of creating one board with everything wedding related compiled into it, separate your ideas, themes, and to do list items into their own boards. This will help you stay more organized on Pinterest, and you can delete boards after you no longer need them (and so you don’t keep re-thinking your final decision). To see an example of how this is done, click here.
Collaborate with Others
Share your boards and pins with your vendors, family and bridesmaids to fine-tune your ideas! Allow them to add pins they see that might fit your style as well. Or, if you are really hoping to flatter your wedding vendors, borrow ideas from the work they’ve already done and shared on Pinterest and tell them what you loved about it!
Contact a Premier Wedding Florist in Ohio
Getting married in Cincinnati or Columbus? Florals and greenery can make your special day stand out in a truly unique way that you’ll remember for years to come. Whether you already have floral ideas in mind for your wedding or you are hoping to achieve a specific look and feel, reach out to Roots Floral Design for elegant bouquets, ceremony backdrops and more for a truly romantic wedding in Ohio!