Post # 1
So I’ve got something like 750 edited, beautiful photos from the wedding….and I don’t have a freaking clue what to do with them. I feel like NOT displaying them in some way would be a waste of all that money! I’ve already made our photo album and given books to both sets of families, but I’m at a loss of what else we could do.
Anyone have any good ideas or inspiration?
Post # 3
i actually made a centerpiece to go on my wall. i picked my favorite and had it blown up. i then flanked it with four photos on either side. i love seeing them everyday always brings a smile to my face. i picked a photo of dh and i dancing…and he could not beam more at me i feel like a princess everytime i look at it
Post # 4
We are putting some on the wall and doing an album.
AND, someone gave us a digital picture frame as a wedding gift, which has turned out to be amazing!! All the photos rotate through and I often catch myself just watching the slide-show, sometimes seeing a photo that I don’t remember.
Post # 5
We got our favorite one printed on a large canvas! We also have a couple in normal-sized frames around the house
Post # 6
Get a gorgeous flush mount album! I’m getting one from blendedmotion.com. It’s expensive, but I think it’s worth it.
Get printed versions of your favorites.
I also like the idea of the digital frame!
Post # 7
I have more than 1,000 images, I’ve been married for almost three years, and I still haven’t started working on an album! I need to find someone to do photoediting on many of my pics (my photographer has no problem with me doing this and has given his blessing, because he doesn’t do Photoshop.) I really want to have albums — one day! 🙂
Post # 8
We have one on a large canvas too… Then we’re going to do a photo collage on a wall – several smaller frames and maybe 2 larger frames? …I have a photobook and gave each of our parents a photobook… I’ll probably make another one or two photobooks 🙂
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
@DeathByDesign: How much do their albums run? I hate contacting people for information. Mostly, I just dread talking on the phone to strangers.
Post # 10
How about uploading them to one of those digital picture frames and just have them running all day long? That way you can just glace over a see them once in a while and they won’t be wasted.
Edit~ Whoops. Lookie who’s late to the game? Someone already suggested that.