Ceremony Seating: frame or tie images to seats of the two of you growing up along the aisle. As guests are seated, they’ll walk down the aisle amidst photos of the two of you with family and friends as you grew up. A great personal touch! Tip: Get more for your buck - have a friend or family member bring these to the reception and leave at the Card Table.
Photo Vase or Frames: insert photos of the two of you growing up to decorate your tables! Photo vases have a slot to slip a photo into (consider your engagement photo), then fill the vase with flowers, seashells or other décor items – your centerpieces are complete! Or use photo frames to place in front of the table centerpieces. Go the extra mile by adding photos of you and the guests that are sitting at each specific table. Upon viewing the images, your table guests will be able to share the moment and connect with other guests sitting at the table. Tip: if you plan on giving frames or vases away to guests, skip the personalization! They more apt to use it over and over if it is not personalized.
Signature photo frames: photo mats are typically large enough to house a 5”x7” or 8”x10” photo of you and your new spouse. Guests then sign the photo mat, creating a classy guest book alternative. After the wedding, display frame in your home as a reminder of your extraordinary day.
Personalized Photo Guest Books: these creative guest book alternatives feature pages which house single instant photos. Guests can snap photos and then write their own personalized messages. It’ll give guests a fun activity to participate in during cocktail hour and a special treasure for you to remember the day by. Tip: if its in your budget, consider a photo booth for your guests! It'll bring back old times for many guests and you'll both have pics to remember the day. Many are available with a personalized guest book.
Who can resist stopping to look at photographs? Photographs are an intimate look into the lives of individuals. Incorporating photos into your reception is not only easy; it’s also fun and a great way to share your happiness with your wedding guests. After all, your reception should be a time for fun, not work.