We’ve always loved Pinterest for its endless inspiration. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better – it has!
WeddingWire was one of the first to try out Pinterest’s new Place Pins. With our new Place Pins, we make it easy for you to find local wedding content that inspires, and view the source of your wedding inspiration on a map. Voila! Just like that, finding wedding inspiration online – and making it come to life offline – is a little easier.
We’ve had so much fun curating content for our Place Pins from coast to coast and everywhere in between, and we hope you enjoy exploring them. Visit any of our newest place boards to find inspiration in your area:
Meredith and Brandon were married on the banks of Ashley River at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, S.C. September 29. The bride wore a strapless a-line wedding gown with a pale blue floral sash, which matched her bridesmaid dresses perfectly. After the couple said their “I do’s” under a driftwood trellis adorned with hydrangeas and ranunculuses, cocktail hour kicked off with a signature drink and Southern fare, of course. A rustic atmosphere was set with the exposed beams and hanging candlelit mason jars of the Carriage House’s reception ceilings, and a band entertained guests as everyone hit the dance floor or cuddled up next to the fire outside.
Get inspired from our invitation photo gallery full of all shapes, sizes, and designs! Remember, it’s your guests’ first peek at your wedding style, so to help you get started here’s a few tips to keep in mind: know your color scheme, choose your wording wisely, make the font legible, check the proof not once but two or three times, order extra envelopes, and do a weigh-in at the post office before you put a stamp on it.
Brandy and Brock were married at the Historic Santa Margarita Ranch in Santa Margarita, Calif. on August 10. A large part of their wedding was completely homemade — from the wooden signs that said, “God gave me you” (from the Blake Shelton country song) and wooden boxes used for centerpieces to the intricately stitched quilt signed by each guest and popsicle sticks written with date night suggestions. That wasn’t all! Since the groom is a pilot, he folded over 150 paper airplanes for guests to throw as they walked down the aisle as husband and wife. Keep in mind that the bride was wearing her mother’s veil too. In lieu of a traditional cake, mini pocket pies were served as desserts and salted caramels were given out as favors.
Show your groom’s lapel a little love with a statement-making boutonniere. Whether he’s rustic and wants a succulent with billy balls wrapped in twine, glamorous and wants a pop of color against his black tuxedo with a pink orchid, classic and wants an all- white calla lily, or romantic and wants a closed peony and green berries, we’ve got ideas for every groom’s style. See more of our favorites here.