You finally did it, you got married! Now that all the stress and anxiety of planning a wedding is over, you get to look through all your wedding images. Your wedding day is very hectic and you don’t get to see everything that is going on at all times. Lucky for you the photographer is there to capture the moments you might not have an opportunity to see the day of. While going through your images post-wedding, you might be thinking “what am I going to do with them”. I am here to help you answer that!
1. Wedding Albums
A wedding album is something that people buy, not just for themselves, but for generations to come. Technology has come so far just in 10 years, imagine what it is going to be like in another 10 years. That flash drive with your images on it, Facebook, and Instagram might be worthless if we have moved away from those sites and that type of technology. A wedding album is something you can sit down with yourself, your children, or even grandchildren and look through years later and cherish the memories from your day.
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2. Wall Portraits
Wall portraits are for showing off your day. Having wall portraits in your home is a constant reminder of the love that the two of you share. When you invite guests in your home you don’t want them to see a blank wall, you want them to see you and your beautiful partner! You don’t have to get wall portraits from just your wedding, but you should also consider some from your engagement session and/or bridal! Don’t forget and mom and dad with this tip! They have been waiting for this day their whole life and want something to remember it by as well. So get mom and dad one to hang up in their home so they can always have you in their home no matter how far away you are.
3. Folios and Image Boxes
If you are not wanting to have images on display in your home 24/7, there are other options! Folios and boxes are not as big as albums but they can still hold images from your wedding day that can easily be tucked away if you don’t want to have them on display. These also make excellent gifts for family and friends. Sharing your special day in this way means so much to the ones you love to know you were thinking about them when deciding to gift them something as special as this.
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