Post # 1
It has become very popular in my area to put together a slide show of photos of the bride, groom and their friends and family. I feel like it’s just becoming very overdone. Does anyone have a suggestion on an alternative way to showcase memories of my FH and I together and with our friends and family?
Post # 3
Something very cute i’ve seen on pinterest was a closeline of pictures pinned to it. Guests can walk through a timeline of your life and relationship!
Post # 4
I’m using photos a few different (fairly common) ways for my reception. I framed photos of our parents & grandparents on their wedding days, which we will display at our guestbook table. I made our guestbook on shutterfly & it has photos of us from throughout our relationship. Our table numbers have pictures of us at age one for table one, age two for table two, etc.
Post # 5
There is a videographer in my area who does an engagement video that they call “love story” it is basically a cinematic, interview style with the bride and groom sharing their thoughts, feelings and memories of how they first met, the feelings they have for each other, why they fell in love with each other, how he proposed etc. (the bride and groom were interviewed seperately on film) and it was suggested by the videographer to be played at the reception. (I saw them at a bridal show but have forgotten the company’s name). I thought is was really different and sentimental.
Post # 6
Thanks for all the suggestions ladies!
Post # 7
At my friends wedding, her mom got a bunch of cheap (but pretty) silver frames from the dollar store and filled them with pictures of significant moments in the bride and grooms’s life.It was fun t see the couple as kids and wit many of the guests when we were younger. They has the wedDing at a restaurant and sat the pictures on tables, window sills etc.
Post # 8
We are putting framed pictures on all the tables. They are serving as part of the centerpiece, and we are also hoping that it will encourage guests to walk around the room, look at all the pictures, and use them as conversation starters for socializing with one another.