Diy Wedding Decorations and the world of Pinterest….
Pinterest has changed the world of Diy wedding decorations and customizing your wedding. There are so many unique and beautiful pins out there, you can get wrapped up for hours just looking at different photos and ideas. Here at In check events we have a love/hate relationship with the site. It is an amazing tool to use for gaining inspiration and creating beautiful decor pieces for your big day, however many pictures may be very misleading. Often we have brides come to us hoping to create beautiful photos they have seen on Pinterest but some photos are just not that simple or as effective to re-create. Many of the photos are staged just for that particular photo and dismantled immediately after, when in reality these items need to survive until the end of the wedding. Also using the correct supplies and tools can make or break your Pinterest project. We love creating decor with limited budgets however there are some things that just won't work unless you spend a bit more money. The dollar store is a fabulous place to find a great deal when creating your big day but sometimes your money can be best spent on item with more quality for a increased in price.
Here are a few examples of Pinterest Vs Reality
Here are a few tips on creating beautiful diy wedding decorations…..
#1. Don’t make the same mistakes as others, always read the reviews if they are available. Often times others will comment with alternative products and or tips and tricks they found helpful when creating the project themselves.
#2. Do a test run. Make sure to make a sample one well before the big day. This will ensure the project will work and look the way you intended it to and gives you time to fix anything you are not happy with.
#3. Ask questions. Let sales representatives know what you are creating, they can suggest the correct items or product you need.
#4. Get help. Creating one Pinterest project is one thing but creating a centerpiece for 15 tables or a favor for 150 people can be very time consuming. Ask friends, family members, and of course your bridesmaids for help.
#5. Enjoy crafting. Don’t stress out if a project didn’t turn out the way you had hoped, you can always try again and there are plenty more other beautiful projects out there to try too!