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Finding creative ways to display photos at your wedding is a meaningful way to make the day truly yours. To get you started, we’re making DIY easy with six ideas for putting your camera roll (and those stunning engagement photos) to print. From table decorations to a wedding guest book, here's how to incorporate the moments and people that have shaped the path to your big day.
Give your guests a conversation starter by printing some favorite images, and displaying them in a Cork & Brass Print Stand or Walnut Print Block on every table to accompany your table numbers. Think travel photos, baby pictures, proposal snaps, and a funny face or two — your family and friends will love sharing a glimpse into the life you’ve built together (and sharing the stories behind each photo!).
A creative space for guests to leave their gifts or words of wisdom, the Reclaimed Wood Box is the perfect size for holding cards, and adds a personalized touch with a photo printed on the lid. Best part? No searching for a place to store all those handwritten notes after your wedding day — our wooden box is timeless and heirloom quality, ideal for holding all that love for years to come.
There are many meaningful ways to remember loved ones you’ve lost and keep them close on your wedding day. If you choose to honor them with a memorial table, the Brass Tabletop Frame is an elegant way to display their photos at your reception. Plus, its versatile size and style is one you can reuse in your home, too.
Looking for an excuse to display your engagement photos on the big day? Set out a Brass Easel & Prints with a dozen of your favorite photos on the welcome table for family and friends to ooh and ahh over on their way in. Pro-tip: Gift this to your parents or new in-laws after the big day to say thank you!
For a simple and creative way to lead guests to their tables, let a few sets of Everyday Prints double as escort cards and personalized wedding favors. Simply choose photos that are meaningful to you and your fiancé (bonus points if they’re of each guest!), add a bit of hand lettering on the back side, and voilà — you've got yourself personal place cards for your attendees!
Having a smaller wedding? As an alternative idea to a traditional guest book, you could instead have guests pen their signatures and well wishes onto a matted print of a Gallery Frame with your favorite engagement photo at center stage. This way, there’s no need to wait for your wedding photos to come back to start decorating your walls at home!
When it comes to the day of your wedding, finding a few moments to pause and express your love and gratitude toward your new spouse and bridal party can be a feat. Though not a “display,” we love the idea of writing personalized notes on Folded Photo Cards to start off the day with returning to the people and connections that matter most.
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