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How to Display Framed Photos at Your Wedding




We believe that every couple deserves a day they’ll always remember.



Here are some ways that Framebridge can help you make it special with something truly custom. To highlight the choices that make each wedding day one-of-a-kind, we teamed up with our friends at WeddingWire to celebrate #HowWeWed. We rounded up some of our favorite ways to show off your photos during your ceremony, reception, and beyond. 



P.S. If you share your wedding photos with us, you could win $1000 and a Framebridge gallery wall! 

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An Alternative Guest Book



a framed and matted engagement photo with well wishes and autographs on the mat



For a memorable spin on the traditional guest book, have guest write their well wishes on an oversized mat surrounding a favorite photo from your engagement shoot. The frame’s backing is removable so the mat can be signed and then added back to the frame after the big night!



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A Warm Welcome



Image via @heykatiesterner



Customize your welcome table with either a single photo from your engagement shoot or a collection of favorite photos that have defined your relationship. For single photos, we recommend framing it in medium to large size and either hanging or leaning it. To display smaller photos, we recommend frame stands.



We’ve seen some people frame and display photos of their parents and grandparents on their wedding days to create a sense of family history and legacy. For a guide to framing copies and originals of vintage photos, check out this blog post.



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A Thoughtful Memorial





You may choose to honor past family members whose memory you want close on your wedding day. For a memorial table, we suggest framing photos in a series of small frames and displaying them on frame stands.



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After the Wedding Day



Image via @thecakebyhannah



After you receive your wedding photos, it can be a gracious gesture to send a photo of the wedding party to each of your bridesmaids. Similarly, one of your favorite photos (probably a pulled-back shot of you and your new spouse) makes the perfect gift for your parents when the holidays roll around. Check out our Wedding Shop For curated sizes and styles specifically designed for gifts.



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How else have you made your wedding uniquely yours?



Share a photo of your favorite one-of-a-kind wedding moment with #HowWeWed and @weddingwire for a chance to win $1,000 cash prizes and a Framebridge gallery wall! Submissions open until September 14, 2018. 

 



 

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