3 Ways to Include Photo Prints in Your Wedding Décor
Last Updated: September 8, 2017
Weddings are all about celebrating your love. No matter how long you’ve been a couple, you likely have plenty of cute photos together. And what better opportunity to share them than your wedding day.
Let your wedding guests enjoy every special moment. Check out these ideas from Costco Photo Centre for 3 ways to include photo prints in your wedding day.
1. Centrepieces & Table Numbers
When it comes to table centrepieces, it’s all about expressing your wedding style. To save your guests from confusion – table numbers are essential at the wedding reception. Here are a few ways to create table numbers with photo prints:
For consistency across each table, use photos from your engagement photo shoot
For some history, use a variety of photos that display the milestones of your relationship
For fun throwbacks, name your tables as specific years and include photos of you or your fiancé that were taken in that year – guests will love the touch of nostalgia
2. Wish You Were Here
Nothing compares to having all your loved ones present on your wedding day, but you can honour their memory in a heartfelt way with photos. Create a meaningful photo display in your wedding décor by framing old photos of family members who’ve passed away and adding a warm sentiment or poem on a sign. If you have digital photos to include you can also order custom framed prints.
3. Love is a Treat
Make your dessert table even sweeter with an eye-catching collage of photo prints in the shape of a heart. Dig through the digital archives of your relationship (your social media page, most likely) and pick out all your favourite photos together. Print them in black and white and affix them to a pane of glass, a wooden backdrop, or directly to the wall of your wedding reception space for a display that will leave your guests lingering.
All the beautiful photos taken at your wedding mark the day that your marriage began. By decorating your wedding venue with personal photo prints, you’re celebrating all the days that brought you there.