Wedding Album Advise!

posted 2 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 2
1298 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

AllyseB:  I would select a few of your favorite pictures from each phase of the day, so that anyone seeing your album gets a general feel for the day – 

-A few of your and his getting ready photos – maybe 2-3 each, so that would be 4-6 photos

-Did you do a first look? maybe 1-2 photos of that

-A few key ceremony photos – you walking down the aisle, looking at each other during the ceremony, walking back down the aisle together, etc. 

-Group shots – you and your girls, he and his groomsmen, wedding party together, family group shots, etc 

-Reception – pick out some of your favorites, maybe first dance photo, cake cutting, etc. 

-Anything else that was particularly special to you or your FI. 


Post # 3
61 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2008

Limit it down to 100. Any more than that is over kill. It’s your wedding album and the focus should be on the bride and groom. I would recommend just having 4x6s printed of all the other photos you want to keep and store them in a memory box to view them whenever. But the wedding album should be all about you.

Post # 4
2138 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I chose my album pictures based on what I wanted to hang on my walls too.  I knew that I would have a lot of family pictures and posed pictures printed out and hung up, so I focused my album on all of the wonderful moments that I would likely not display in any other way.  Funny bridal party pictures, reception pictures, and shots of my accessories were among the many.  I have a few standard shots (like the photo of the entire wedding party) but mainly it’s fun ones like my husband showing his wedding band off to my in-laws (they asked to see it, lol), our first look, and moments from the day.  

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