Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life. Chances are, you’ve spent a good sum of money on a photographer to capture your big day. You may have so many photos and may not know what to do with them post-wedding. Here are a few ways to make the best use of them!
Posting on social media is a great way to showcase your beautiful photos you paid good money for. Social media is a great way to post your favorite images to share with those who couldn’t make it. You can also do a photo dump on social media where you create a hashtag for your wedding and have friends and family share photos they took while at your wedding. This will help you to also have an authentic, real-time view of your big day. Don’t forget to tag your photographer when you post!
Printing your photos can help you showcase your photos in so many ways. You can have a canvas print to hang up in your home. Canvas print minimizes glares that can happen on a glossy print material. Then print out and frame those photos, and even create a gallery wall. You can also utilize your photos for a printed holiday card that you send to family and friends. Printed photos can be sent along with thank you cards to give them a personal touch.
A wedding album is a great way to have your wedding photos in one place. It may take you some time to create, but it will be a great way to save your memories. There are many ways you can make a wedding album. You can enlist the help of your photographer. There are also many online services that make it easy to create your wedding album. You could also go old-school and create a scrapbook type wedding album by printing off your photos and putting them inside a book of your choice.
Don’t let your money go to waste and do something with your photos to showcase your big day. Try things like posting on social media, printing your photos, or creating a wedding album. This will let you share your wedding day with others and let you enjoy the memories for years to come.
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