5 Day Challenge: Design Your Wedding on Pinterest
A majority of my clients come to me with big Pinterest boards full of wonderful inspiration. They’ve spent hours upon hours searching for said inspiration through the troves of that site pinning away until the early morning hours.
But, they are lost. They don’t know how to use all of that inspiration that they found or how to organize it or if they really even like it anymore. I mean, scroll through your pins from even 9 months ago and you’ll see that most are no longer relevant.
This is where my skills as an event designer come in. I whittle their giant board into a smaller, more concise, intentional board to use as we make decor decisions. Since I’m a pro, that pinterst board turns into a fully designed mood board with color chips.
One 8.5″ x 11″ letter size page of ten inspiration images and some color chips from a giant, out of control, overwhelming Pinterest board.
Now, I’ve written a free course on how to use pinterest to design your wedding.
In 5 days, you will learn:
- How to efficiently search Pinterst for the best inspiration images
- Which wedding and non-wedding accounts I find my favorite images on
- Tricks for organizing an overwhelming Pinterest board
- How to create a smaller, cohesive, design board to make decor decisions off of
- Designer’s practices for choosing an aesthetic and color story
The worst feeling when planning your wedding is decision fatigue. That happens when you have too much visual inspiration (hello giant pinterest board) and are overwhelmed with decisions on wedding decor.
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- Encouragement straight from my lips to your ears
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Bridechilla Podcast – How to Use Pinterest to Design Your Wedding
Want to hear my voice for thirty minutes chatting about the ins and outs of using Pinterest to design your wedding? Well, you are in luck, my friend. I was honored to be a guest on the bridechilla podcast talking about just that: Pinterest. Finding inspiration. Knowing when you are done looking. Editing. Collaborating with wedding vendors. Having fun and staying sane. Because if there is one thing that Pinterest is known for, creating sanity is not it.
As companion piece, I wrote a blog post on the Bridechilla blog that outlines five steps to use Pinterest effectively to create a cohesive look for your wedding. As someone who sometimes spends hours on Pinterest looking for that perfect image to show a client to convey an idea, I know that being able to smartly use the website is what will take you from zero to hero of event design. Clue: smartly does not mean putting 500 pins on your board. It means having a board of 20 pins. TWENTY. That’s it.
Three ways to use rose gold flatware
Remember when gold flatware was everywhere? Every pin, inspiration image, and editorial shoot used gold flatware. Let me tell you – rose gold flatware is the next big thing. It has a warm tone that works with a variety of color palettes and aesthetics, where you can see below.
For Oriental Trading’s site Fun365, I used their shiny rose gold flatware to create three distinct tablescapes. See all the detail and links to buy mostly everything in these images over on the Fun365 site.