Post # 1
I really want to incorporate photos prefereably sepia vintage looking. I love the idea that family and friends can see pictures of us, themselves, couples married for years, a spotlight on the bridal party, fun times etc! Not only as a conversation peice but perhaps a walk down memory lane or a reminder why they are at the wedding and how the got there….I’ve seen everything from table numbers, to clothelines, to just photo frames place throughout….Just curious is and how you tied photos into your wedding? Or if you’ve seen cool ideas throughout your search 🙂
Post # 3
We went the not-at-all-creative frame route 🙂 We displayed pictures of all of our families’ weddings from siblings to great-grandparents. All of the photos were printed in black and white so that the modern pictures and the old pictures blended well. We labeled each picture with the names of the bride and groom, the date of their wedding, and the couple’s relationship to me or DH. They were a hit, and we got a lot of compliments from guests on the labels. [attachment=609366,79410]
Post # 4
We’re incorporating the bridal portraits from my great-grandmother, grandmother and mom along with mine on a table at the reception.
Post # 5
photocopies of photos in jar with battery operated candles (see photo).
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Post # 6
we’re using family wedding photos going back lots of generations for our table numbers. we have 15-16 tables so we had to do lots of digging through photos!
Post # 7
We did the exact same thing *Owl* did and now the best part is I have this fabulous vintage wall full of family wedding pics in my home! I call it my “wedding gallery”!
Post # 8
We are setting photos in frames along with flowers as the centerpieces.
Post # 9
I have TONS of my own family’s wedding photos and want to use them – but I need some from his family and it’s like pulling teeth getting them…
but here’s my idea – it’s our centerpiece: