By McKenzi Taylor
I doubt there’s any other site visited for more great wedding ideas than Pinterest. Things like innovative poses, props, filters, effects and personal style pop off the Pinterest Wedding web pages. It’s a couple’s dream! No matter what they envision for something creative in their wedding, chances are someone else may have cooked up something similar and posted it on Pinterest. Or, if you find yourself a blank slate on what to do, it’ll get your juices flowing and you never know what you’ll discover.
In the last few years, the popularity of the site has exploded. I use it myself to pin recipes, workout tips and inspiring quotes. When photographers hear Pinterest, some cringe. But Pinterest Photography is truly chock full of “sky’s the limit” fantasies and can help someone with any budget and style get inspired to create the wedding of their dreams.
If you read the previous post of Danae and Josh, I mentioned briefly they had a lot of special details and DIY (Do It Yourself) things that they incorporated into their Palm Springs Wedding. Both being artists, their creativity was displayed with every touch and in every subsequent image. They also researched vendors to help successfully create their vision and had family bring their talents to the table.
Keep in mind that some things on Pinterest are easy to pull off and some are virtually impossible. I truly think it’s a useful tool and if the bride, groom and photographer have a healthy and realistic collaboration, some priceless images can be captured at a Pinterest Wedding. Start pinning today!
Venue: Casa Verona, Palm Springs, CA
Wedding Coordinator: Panache Events
Photographer: Taylored Photo Memories
Officiant: Will Wilson (Danae’s dad)
Florist: Arrangement Gallery Florist
DJ: Potter Productions
Makeup Artist: The bride
Hair Stylist: Scott at Salon 119 in Palm Springs
Cake: Cupcakes and Rice Crispy treats made by the couple’s family
Catering: Rasta Taco
Videography: Back Alley Brigade
Dress: Nicole Miller – Faille Trumpet Gown
Veil: Royal Accessories in LA’s fashion district.