7 Options to display your wedding photographers
A wedding is the most photographed event in everyone’s life. After selecting your best wedding photographer to capture the precious moments of your life, it’s time to think about how you will display the wedding photographs.
There are many traditional options to keep the photographs like a wedding album or displaying them on the wall. But it will be most fantastic and fun included if you choose the bit different and quirky way.
So, whatever your house decoration or interior is, here are 7 unique ideas to display your wedding photographs after the wedding day.
- Photo Album
Almost 60% of couples went with this option. They purchase the photo album from their wedding photographer or ask him for the delivery in the form of an album. Nowadays photographers create a stunning timeline-based wedding photography album with the help of input from the close one of the couple. This is one of the popular styles of wedding photography observed.
Though, this is the most common way of displaying photographs, is a great way to show the highest number of wedding photographs in a single place.
Printed, touch feels or designs with the text or quotes around photographs are the great options for wedding albums. Give a stunning and attractive cover image to your wedding album so when your friends and family look at it they will love to explore the album.
- Framed or Canvas wall display
Another most common and traditional way we observed is a display of family or couple photos on room walls. Popular options for wall display are separate frames or group pictures. You can also go with the canvas-printed photographs for the unframed display of pictures.
- Shelf display
This is one of the common and last traditional ways to display wedding photographs. Shelf display is all about organizing the asymmetry.
Choose the photographs that you want to display. Print the selected images in different sizes ( both portrait and landscape) and mix them up to display. Shelf display allows you to go with the mix and mismatched frames to add a bit of quirky ness to your display.
- Thank you Cards
This is one of the modern ways of displaying wedding photos. What’s a better option to share the few wedding moments with your dearest and closest than by including them in the thank you cards? Your thank cards not only look out of the way but your friends and family love them and display them in their own homes as well.
A quick tip: Don’t forget to make one for yourself as well to display it on your room wall.
- Guest book
This is one of the quirky ways to display pictures. If you have already your guest contributing notes in your guest book then why not include your wedding photographs in it?
Depending on what type of design you are looking for, you can leave space for photographs in your guest book or could ask guests to add their pictures. You can also leave the section empty in the guest book and add them after the event. In this way whenever you look at your photographs, you can recall the moments and fun at the same time.
- Old Window frame
If you are a wall display lover but don’t want the traditional way of photo frame then you can go with a rustic look with a window frame display. You can put one of your candid wedding photographs as a window frame to make sure it looks natural and candid.
Paint or stip the frame that suits your decor and it best idea to go with printing the black and white photo to give it a vintage feel.
Printing your wedding photographs on the coffee mugs can be a good idea for displaying the pictures and the one way to add your wedding pictures to your kitchen collection. You can create a cute set of mugs for you and your spouse. Make sure the pictures selected for the mug printing are the serious photos like when you tied a knot or the fun snaps from the Haldi and mehndi candid captured.
This is the best way to see your photographs every day and this is the best way to start the conversation next time when your parents or family pop up the mug for coffee. It will keep your marriage memory refreshed and reloaded all time.