Not intended to serve as a visual indicator for how a page or feature will look, wireframes are more for base-level planning of how the user will get from point A to point B.
Wireframes are a good place to start before creating full mockups. Sometimes, wireframes are viewed as the “skeleton” of the site. We use them more for outlining everything that needs to be included on a single page before deploying UI/UX to refine. A wireframe at Revelry can be as simple as a sketch in a notebook or whiteboard, and as elaborate as grayscale mockups using tools such as Balsamic or Sketch.