Getting Married? Follow These 11 Pinterest Accounts For Wedding Inspo

They're your one-stop shop for all things bridal.

wedding
Images: stylemepretty.com/etsy.com

One of my best friends is getting married. Being only 25, she’s the first in our close group to get engaged—and to say that we’re all very excited would be an understatement. In fact, when I heard the news I’m pretty sure I squealed like a piglet! We recently met up to celebrate the occasion over a few rosés. Once we’d covered all the usual topics, we spent a great deal of time brainstorming what this wedding was going to look like.

Suddenly, our group had been transformed into a gaggle of over-eager wedding planners. Would the ceremony be indoors and outdoors? What kind of flowers were we thinking? Would there be fairy lights? And the dress, oh, the dress! Being a young person living in the ridiculously expensive Sydney, my friend is working within a pretty tight budget. But that doesn’t mean her wedding is going to be anything less than spectacular!

 

Pinterest has already become her new best friend, as there’s no shortage of wedding planning boards to source DIY inspiration from. So, if you too are planning your big day on a budget, these are the accounts you should be following.

1. Style Me Pretty

Possibly the most popular wedding Pinterest account (it has more than 5 million followers!) Style Me Pretty is a must-follow for anyone who wants to keep their wedding chic, classic and simple.

2. Mywedding

The engagement party, the bridal shower, the honeymoon… getting married involves planning way more than just the wedding. This Pinterest account will be with you every step of the way with its many different boards (there’s more than 100!) It’s an extension of the website mywedding.com, where you’ll find heaps of handy wedding planning tools.

3. Bespoke Bride

If you’d like your wedding to feel more like a fun party than a traditional ceremony, Bespoke Bride is definitely the Pinterest account for you. It’s brightly coloured boards are an absolute feast for the eyes and it’s full of quirky DIY inspo for the bride on a budget.

4. Snippet & Ink

Thinking of having a themed wedding but don’t know where to start? Check out Snippet & Ink’s Pinterest account. Whether you’re into pink, pastel or plaid (yes, really) there’s something for every colour palette and style.

5. Broke Ass Bride

The name of this one says it all! If you’re strapped for cash, you’ll find plenty of wallet-friendly DIY inspiration on everything from invites to table arrangements and wedding favours.

6. Wedding Chicks

It’s not hard to see why Wedding Chicks has more than 4 million followers on Pinterest. The account has boards dedicated to pretty much every single step of the wedding planning process (including the honeymoon!)

7. The Pretty Blog

Need a little help planning the boho wedding of your dreams? Look no further than The Pretty Blog’s Pinterest account. While a few different wedding styles are featured, there’s definitely a focus on rustic outdoor weddings—and we’re on board.

8. B.LOVED

The photos on this Pinterest account are so stunning, it’s easy to lose hours browsing through all the boards. Luckily, you’ll no doubt also find some great inspiration for everything from wedding hair to lighting along the way.

9. Grey Likes Weddings

We love Pinterest accounts that are not only inspiring but super easy to navigate. Grey Likes Weddings definitely fits the bill on both parts. Curated by stylist, Summer Watkins, the boards are sorted into simple topics—making finding wedding inspo a breeze!

10. Bridal Musings

If you’ve only just got engaged and have no idea what kind of wedding you want, hit follow on Bridal Musings. It’s a smorgasbord of inspiration for every type of ceremony you can think of, from traditional to boho and destination wedding.

11. 100 Layer Cake

What’s the most important part of the wedding? The cake, of course! While you’ll find more than just cake inspiration on this Pinterest account, it’s definitely a must-follow if you’re still deliberating about dessert.

For more inspiration, take a look inside Bianca Cheah-Chalmers’ Hampton’s-inspired nuptials.