One of the first things you do after you get engaged and tell the family is to start pinning and getting photos of ideas & wedding inspiration you love. Google & Pinterest are some of the top ways you gather all those and you find a few things that you hadn't thought about. So now that you have gathered quite a few ideas, how do you show your design team your vision. A mood-board is a great way to create a cohesive single visual element for your wedding day style. So what is a mood board anyway? A mood board is just a visual guide to communicate the essence of your design. It should be a guide for all your design decisions.
Creating a mood board should be one of the first 5 things you began to work on as you start planning you wedding. Creating one should be a fun process & should only be used to create the aesthetic of your day not be a copy n paste element.
To start building your mood board you'll want a few words that describe your look & feel.
Choose from a few words like this:
You'll want to pair those words with a few of these:
Next you'll want to ask yourself a few questions, to complete your style guide.
What season is your wedding taking place?
What does that season look & feel like?
How does the impact of the season effect your wedding?
Where is the wedding taking place?
How does the location make you feel?
So to end the guide, your style guide will look this?
- Next you'll want to start embracing the colors & textures of wedding. Choosing a color pallet is a small part of wedding planning but can have the most impact. Choosing a complementary color pallet is more than a few
favorite colors. The color choosing has a direct effect on the mood of your wedding.
Narrow down your favorite combinations & consider the season, time of day, factor in formality & location before committing to a pallet you love.
3. Select the big decor elements focus on a few items such as your ceremony backdrop, the escort card display, or the sweetheart table. think about the phases & transitions in your wedding and add a focal point.
4. Next add in the smaller details to bring out your personality, such as your linens, flowers, table numbers, once you've add a few photos from your details and you're complete.
Leave a comment below: What is your wedding style word guide?