Our 8 Favorite Wedding Pinterest Accounts

As anyone who has planned their own wedding can tell you, getting started is the hardest part. Finding just the right inspiration — whether it’s the dress, the venue or even just a color — is key to pulling the rest of the day together. Luckily, Pinterest has solved so many of these problems — a few days worth of browsing these accounts, and you’ll have more ideas than you know what to do with.

Take a look at our 8 favorite wedding Pinterest accounts to follow (besides ours of course — have you seen our Fall Weddings Board?) to get inspiration for your big day:


Beth Helmstetter
It’s no surprise that one of our favorite wedding planners is one of our favorite people to follow on Pinterest. Don’t miss the photos from her events — they’re amazing.


Bridal Musings
This London-based wedding blog’s Pinterest is chock full of great tips and wedding inspiration. They have boards to cover virtually every topic and issue that comes up during wedding planning — it’s too hard to pick a favorite!


Wedding Paper Divas
Our favorite invitation site’s Pinterest strikes a chord with our love of gorgeous paper goods. Try following their boards based on event — Rehearsal Dinner and Bridal Shower are our personal favorites.


Wedding Chicks
We love how this LA wedding blog’s Pinterest has a playful DIY twist. How fun are these centerpieces?


Inspired by This Blog
The ladies behind Inspired by This know how to throw a good party — whether it’s an engagement party, bridal shower or bachelorette. We love the dose of fashion on their Pinterest too — particularly the bridesmaid dress and hair ideas!


Colin Cowie Weddings
Follow this amazing NY wedding planner for a solid dose of glam wedding inspiration and some serious wedding envy.


100 Layer Cake
We’ve been a fan of this blog for a long time, and their Pinterest is just as gorgeous as their site. We suggest following their cocktail boards, too!


The Perfect Palette
Color me pretty! We love anything with a big dose of color, and this pinner’s boards organized by hue and palette hit the spot.

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