Wedding Moodboard Template

Wedding Moodboard Template, within the Milanote app

Define the style for a wedding

Explore the style direction for a wedding with a moodboard. Be it for a client or your own, defining the look and feel is one of the first steps to planning a memorable wedding.

Collect and organize relevant inspiration, reference imagery, venue ideas, props, color schemes, and the small but important details all in one place.

Milanote helps you share concepts early on and collect feedback from clients so you can ensure they are happy on their special day.

  • Explore ideas
  • Organize visually
  • Share with others
  • Gather feedback
  • Export to PDF

How to use this template

Whether you're pre-planning your own wedding or organizing one for a client, picture that perfect wedding day with a wedding moodboard in Milanote, a free tool used by top creatives.

1. Start with an empty template

The Wedding Moodboard Template features placeholders for key elements of your wedding vision. Simply drag in images, add colors and describe your ideas to get a clearer picture of how your dream day should look.

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  1. Start with the empty wedding moodboard template.

    Choose a template

    Each new board gives you the option to start with a beautiful template.

2. Collect existing material

Begin by incorporating any existing images you've collected. These might be other people's wedding photos, dress ideas, invitations or any other elements for the wedding that set the tone. Drag and drop these items onto your board to get started.

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  1. Drag and drop your own images to the board.

    Upload a file or document

    Click the "Upload" button or just drag a file onto your board. You can add images, logos, documents, videos, audio and much more.

  2. Save images from the web straight to your board.

    Save content from the web

    With the Web Clipper installed, roll over an image (or highlight text), click Save, then choose the destination in Milanote. Return to your board and find the content in the "Unsorted" column on the right.

3. Add inspiring imagery

Now add some inspiring imagery. These not only enhance your ability to communicate your vision to the people involved but also ensures that your wedding design aligns with your desired theme and emotions. Use Milanote's built-in image library, draw from your own bookmarks or search for visual inspiration from around the web.

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  1. Use the built-in image library to add photos.

    Use the built-in image library

    Search over 3 million beautiful, free photos then drag images straight onto your board. Powered by Pexels.

Pro tip:

Keep It Flexible! Wedding planning can evolve, and you may encounter new ideas or trends along the way. Don't be afraid to update your moodboard as your vision develops.

4. Add some color and fonts

Choosing the right colors can have a substantial influence on how people remember the wedding. Whether it's selecting color for the groom's tie or the flowers you place around the reception. Create a memorable color palette that reflects the mood and tone.

Also, add in some fonts. Whatever you choose should align with the look and feel you want to convey, whether it's formal, vintage, rustic, or modern and it should leave a lasting impression.

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  1. Add complimentary colors using swatches.

    Add a color swatch

    Drag a Color Swatch card onto your board from the left-hand toolbar. Double-click the swatch to choose a different color.

5. Share it with your team

Invite everyone involved in making the wedding happen to have a look over your moodboard. Get them to make edits and share their feedback. Capturing people's thoughts early can spur on more ideas and improve your special day.

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  1. Invite everyone involved to view the board.

    Invite editors to your board

    Open the "Share" menu from the title bar of your board. Add email addresses of the people you'd like to collaborate with—they'll receive an invitation via email.

  2. Get your team to leave comments and feedback.

    Start a comment thread

    Drag out a comment from the toolbar on the left and place it on your board. Other editors can reply to your comment.

You're done

Now that your wedding moodboard is complete, you have a beautifully curated collection of visuals that represent the key aspects of your wedding day.

Moodboards serve as an invaluable reference point for your wedding planning and design teams as they embark on making your special day come to life!

Explore this and other events planning templates in our events templates category.

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Define the style for a wedding