Post # 1
I am finally getting around to printing wedding pics, and keep buying frames to put pics up. I don’t want to overdo- I don’t want our house to look like a shrine to our wedding. How many pics is too much?
Post # 3
I think it depends. Maybe one of your ABSOLUTE favourites of just you & your husband for the ‘main display’ in the living room/sitting room, and perhaps another one for your bedroom. One for a table in the front hall/entrance way might be nice, but like you said how many is too many?
If you have other pictures displayed around your house maybe you could work some into the pre-existing photography somehow; Like a nice skyline from a trip juxtaposed with a shot from your wedding that perhaps isn’t overly formal?
Personally I like art, and save most of my pictures/photography for albums, though we do display a few key shots.
I think you should go with what you have, hang them or stand them where you like and walk through your house a BUNCH and pretend you are a guest. Whenever you feel like ‘wow! another wedding picture?’ take it down. Narrow it to your absolute favs and see how it goes!
Post # 4
You don’t have to frame every single picture and most couples only have one or two favorites anywhere in their home. Some choose to not have any on the wall but they have them in a photo album somewhere. Your pictures are the only tangible thing you have left after the day is over so you can’t have too many. Some pictures that the photographer takes won’t turn out and you won’t be required to buy those. You may not like some and that’s ok. Frame copies of the ones you do like (and give yourself a certain number of pictures to do this with so that it doesn’t go overboard for you) and put the rest (including the ones you do frame) in a photo album.