There’s a secret, free wedding planning tool that lots of brides and grooms are using… but are they using it to their advantage to get bang for their wedding budget buck?
I’m talking about Pinterest.
With a little bit of tweaking, Pinterest can not only be your online wedding planning scrapbook, it can be a destination wedding homepage, vendor hub, a way to share your ideas with your wedding suppliers or wedding planner, find the best budget deals and suppliers, a honeymoon destination planner and a way to collate your theme, colour scheme and budget, wedding dress ideas and more in one, easy to manage place! Who’d have thought?
Perhaps you need a Pintervention? Aleisha will prove that Pinterest is an excellent wedding planning resource but it can also be a time-sucking vortex. This episode will set you on the right path to use Pinterest to your wedding planning advantage, get the most out of your favourite pins, without saying sayonara to your family and friends.
Listen to the Episode
How can you use Pinterest to your advantage without saying sayonara to your family and friends?
Getting started on Pinterest
Here’s a helpful video about getting started on Pinterest.
How to Install the Pin It Button
Here’s a video showing you how
Creating a Secret Pinterest Board
Instructions on how to how to create your very own hush hush secret board
Using Pinterest as a ‘Wedding hub’ page to share with guests, using maps and hotel pins.
–Here’s an example of a Place Board about Straya…Australia.
Pinterest FAILS. Hilarious.
*I started with top 4…but there are SO many great accounts I had to up the ante
London Bride (She’s on the Podcast next week!)
BHLDN Wedding (Pretty and there are lots of affordable options covered!)
And to break the rules and add another to the list MY PINTEREST– duh.
- While reading I’ve been commuting on the London Underground which I think is just the silos, all the noises and weird people and constant step climbing.
- Hugh is/was a self published author and these books have kicked arse for him. Hats off to independent writers, getting their stuff out there without the help of the the big boys
- Wool has a female protagonist who is ballsy and strong and is an excellent mechanic. F yes