Five Fun Uses for Photos at Your Wedding
Five uses for photos at your wedding
Photos are a great way to personalize your wedding décor and help capture lasting memories for the day. They can be set up as part of your themed decoration beforehand or taken throughout the reception as a way to create a visual journal of your big day. Here are a few simple, creative ways to incorporate photographs into your wedding.
1. STRING PHOTOS ON A CLOTHESLINE
This is especially cute if your wedding or reception is outdoors. Photos can be hung up on clotheslines between trees as decoration for cuteness and entertainment. Choose photos of you and your new spouse throughout your relationship, or even include goofy pictures of your childhood.
2. PUT A POLAROID CAMERA AT EACH TABLE
For a vintage alternative to a photo booth, have your guests take Polaroid pictures of themselves during the reception. They can write you a thoughtful note and pin the pictures up on a board or put them into a scrapbook for you to cherish for years after the wedding.
3. MAKE YOUR OWN VINTAGE PHOTO JARS
Place your engagement photo in a mason jar filled with olive oil, and you have an instant vintage photo jar that can be used as decoration and even guest favors. The olive oil gives the picture a beautiful sepia tone that adds a rustic, old-timey look to your photo.
4. USE PHOTOS AS FAVORS FOR YOUR GUESTS.
Put your favorite engagement picture on bookmarks or handheld fans. On the other side, you can print the program for the day or just fun facts about the couple.
5. DESIGNATE THE BRIDE AND GROOM SIDES OF THE AISLE WITH CHILDHOOD PHOTOS.
Hanging photos on the seats at the ends of the aisles is a unique and fun way to designate which side of the room is for the bride’s family and friends and which is for the groom’s.