8 Fun Ways to Display Photos at Your Wedding ...

Heather

8 Fun Ways to Display Photos at Your Wedding ...
8 Fun Ways to Display Photos at Your Wedding ...

Whether you’re having a small, intimate gathering or a large, raucous affair, there are plenty of fun and creative ways to display photos at your wedding. Looking for a special way to honor the memory of departed loved ones? Want to give your cake a totally unique vibe with the help of some edible pictures? Whatever your vision, here are eight fabulous ways to display photos at your wedding.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

Please subscribe for your personalized newsletter:

1

Edible Photo Cake

Edible Photo Cake I don’t know about you, but I think an edible photo cake has got to be one of the all-time best ways to display photos at your wedding! What do you think? Would you give it a try, or is something like this a bit too wacky? Even if you prefer to do without the edible photos, displaying a framed picture or two is always a great way to add an extra touch of personalized décor to your cake table.

2

Engagement Portrait Canvas or Photo Print

Engagement Portrait Canvas or Photo Print No matter where you choose to place it, displaying a canvas or photo print of your engagement portrait is always a nice touch. Consider personalizing it by having your names and wedding date, or even a favorite quote, included. Yet another popular idea is to have your engagement portrait displayed in the center of a large photo mat, which guests can then sign throughout the evening.

3

Centerpiece Photos

Centerpiece Photos Have even more great engagement photos you’re excited to share? Many couples show off additional engagement images, or even just casual pictures taken over the years, as centerpieces and table décor. Traditional frames work just fine, or you can get creative and go with something a little more unique, like these beautiful light boxes.

***

In addition to using traditional frames, couples can also get creative with their centerpieces by incorporating engagement photos or casual pictures taken over the years. This adds a personal touch to the wedding and allows guests to see the journey of the couple's relationship. Some unique ideas for displaying photos include using light boxes or creating a photo collage on a large wooden frame. Other options could include using polaroid photos as place cards or incorporating photos into the wedding favors. These small details can add a special touch to the overall wedding decor and make for great conversation starters among guests.

4

Creative Slideshow

Creative Slideshow Same-day-edit slideshows are an incredibly popular trend right now, and at my own wedding, my bridesmaids even put together an anniversary dance show featuring pictures from our guests’ own wedding celebrations. Everyone loved it, and it definitely added an unexpected twist to the evening. Of course, classic slideshows displaying family photos set to music will always be a timeless choice, as well.

5

Memory Table

Memory Table Along with being a celebration of the love shared by you and your partner, your wedding is also the perfect chance to honor those departed loved ones who are now with you in spirit. A memory table displaying some of your favorite portraits, along with décor items like flowers and candles, is both heartfelt and beautiful.

6

Bouquet Charms

Bouquet Charms Looking for a subtler way to display photos of loved ones who are no longer with you? Consider attaching one or two vintage charms to your bouquet or another special object, like a handkerchief or bracelet. I once even saw an amazing picture of two charms affixed to the back of a bride’s shoes so that her deceased dad and grandpa could symbolically walk her down the aisle.

7

Photo Tree

Photo Tree Whether you choose to hang photos from a real “family tree” during an outdoor wedding or stick with a miniature indoor version, this is one fun idea that is both eye-catching and whimsical. No trees available? You can also string pictures along a wall, table, fence or whatever else works particularly well for your location.

8

Hanging Frames

Hanging Frames Saving one of the best ideas for last, I just love the look of framed pictures hung from the backs of chairs. This particular couple chose to display childhood photos, but you can very easily use engagement shots, family portraits or any other type of image.

Are there any other great ways to display photos at your wedding that you’re excited to try? Which of the ones listed here do you like best?

Feedback Junction

Where Thoughts and Opinions Converge

This would be an amazing idea for an anniversary party or a baby shower! Birthday or graduation party. Could be used in many different celebrations.

Luv the edible photo cake!!!

Where do you buy the photo light box ?

Related Topics

stephanie bridezillas save the date creative rustic dress simple bridal shower themes literature themed wedding what an open bar at a wedding which wedding planning app is best gatsby cake ideas how to throw a bachelorette party hunger games party ideas

Popular Now