Pinterest Dibs Are A Thing


Pinterest is such a major website amongst women now. In one place you can access inspiration for your outfits, recipes, DIY’s, beauty regimen, interior design and even party planning.

When you like something, or want to save it for later, you can pin your inspiration photo to a certain board that will categorize your photos together for easy access at a later date. A common use for Pinterest is finding inspiration for events, most importantly, weddings.

If you see a dress you would like to wear, a save the date idea, a table arrangement, you can save it to your wedding board, which can make your wedding planner’s job a whole lot easier. But can you claim these ideas? Some women certainly feel that way.

According to a poll conducted by David’s Bridal, 46 percent of brides won’t use wedding ideas their friends have pinned. In a sense, they’re calling “dibs” on certain pins.

Is this even possible when pins are available to anyone who uses the website, and more? Do you think this is annoying, or reasonable?

Ally | Elite.

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