What a pleasure it is to work on your wedding mood board! Collecting shots from real weddings, inspirational pictures, color schemes and other things that inspire you calms the mind and soothes the soul. We suggest you save all this inspiration in one place so you can get back to it every time you need it. This will also make sure that you don't lose anything! You can also show this mood board to your planner, decorator, and other wedding professionals so they quickly grasp the style of wedding that you want. Here are some of the best online services for creating mood boards.
Canva is a website filled with templates that you can personalize with uploaded photos. Enter "Mood Boards Photo" in the search box and choose the template you like. We recommend using templates with color palettes — the website analyzes the colors in your pictures and suggests palettes.
The most popular site for every kind of inspiration. But unfortunately, it isn't suitable for every bride. We think that aesthetics play a huge role in that. Pinterest is full of photos of American weddings — and it's often not what European brides want. So if you use Pinterest, don't forget to download its web browser so you can upload pictures from different sites to your Pinterest boards.
Tumblr is a blog service mostly known in the international community as a place for artistic and inspiring pictures for American teenagers. Everything here is pretty simple: you create a blog and upload pictures, wedding videos, songs for the first dance, funny gifs, and useful links — you can upload whatever you like. You can also hide your blog from general viewers and make it visible only to the groom and your wedding team. Access can be controlled with a password.
A very clear and minimalistic service for everything visual. You just create a board, upload pictures, links, notes, and to-do lists. But there is a useful feature you won't find in other similar services — in Milanote, your friends and team can make comments on your mood board directly.
It is all about the saved photos! To avoid confusion, save them in the different collections: you can create one for decor, one for wedding dress ideas, and so on. The only sad thing is that you can only save the posts you see in Instagram and not on other websites. You also cannot add images that are not on Instagram to your collection.