Post # 1
I’m celebrating my 15th aniversary this year on November 29th, after thanksgiving and I’ve been wondering over this idea of having a collage of pics of our marriage throughout the years so everyone could see it or have a sliding of the pics in our reception. Can anybody give me more ideas? Thank you.
Post # 3
Congratulations! I think a slide show would be tons of fun. I’ve seen them at weddings with photos of the bride and groom as kids and then as a couple; they’ve all been great. If you did a slideshow of your wedding and then memories over the past 15 years, I think it would be a big hit! And, this is something you can easily create in Powerpoint!
Post # 4
Congratulations! A slideshow sounds like a great idea – did you try search through previous Bee’s posts? I’m pretty sure I remember at least one of them doing the slideshow.
Post # 5
You could do a love story like this to show how much you’ve grown together in the last fifteen years.
Post # 6
While planning a renewal of vows, we decided to get some small fabric photo boards (you know, they have fabric over them and then they have ribbon criss-crossing on them so you can slide the photos in). We hung several of them throughout the garden (where the reception was being held). We also took photos and put them in frames and put one or two on each of the tables as part of the centerpiece. We took photos from all different years of the marriage and included photos of the kids as well. One thing that helped to keep it consistent throughout was that we printed out all the photos in black and white. It was a wonderful element to the event, added such a personal touch and people still talk about it. Have a great rest of the day!
Post # 7
My photographer is throwing this in for free for us because it is something she will be including in packages in the future.
I know for certain you can do this on powerpoint because I’ve done it for school presentation and layered the photos to kind of lay over the previous and shoot in at different speeds and frames.
If you want to try it in powerpoint, you should pick up the MS office for dummies book- it has very detailed info for every program in MS office. I swear by it.