SPECIAL ☆ How to have an organised, pretty and aesthetic Instagram feed – The ultimate tutorial!

neutral instagram feed theme aesthetic

FINALLY! It’s here!

I’ve been meaning to write these step by step posts on how to have a cute, organised, aesthetic Instagram feed for ages, and now it’s finally happening. I’m so happy!

Lately tbh Instagram Aesthetic is all I’ve been thinking about and working on. And I know you guys are super into this subject too, because I get asked about it a lot. And I love it! 💖🧚🏽‍♀️

If you’ve just arrived on the blog now for the first time and don’t know me yet, I’ve been a graphic designer for more than 10 years now, and recently Instagram feeds design have become my specialty, and my biggest passion as well. I have a shop where I sell all sorts of graphic design and aesthetic resources, so make sure to check it out as well 🙂

I started by posting a few quick tips on the blog whenever I had the time, and also creating a few inspirational feeds with a variety of aesthetics and themes, and I noticed there was a lot of interest in them.

So I began to feel the need to develop a small guide that would answer many of the frequent questions I get about Instagram Aesthetics, and also cover a few observations I believe are relevant for anyone interested in upgrading their Insta feed designs.

And now here we are! 💕

How will this Special work?

I’ll share my tips on how to achieve your Instagram’s dream feed in 5 essential posts, doing my best to be objective and practical and not to waste anyone’s time.

In addition, each tip will be illustrated very well. Better than that, I’ll create a feed from scratch, applying the five tips, so you can see the difference that each step makes. Sound good? 🥰

Without further ado, below are the 5 chapters of the series. I truly hope you enjoy them.

Let me know if it helped you in anyway 🙂

Of course all questions are super welcome as well. Comments on the post are the best way for us to have a conversation, so don’t be afraid to use them!


Beijos,

Lu

Quick question: What's your favourite aesthetic?