Your Edmonton wedding photos can be preserved in many ways. Many tuck away the photos of their big day, rarely to be seen again. Why not bring them to life again and again and again?
Following are some great ways to bring new life to the events surrounding your Edmonton wedding photos, and relive the magic once again.
Make a photo guest book out of your Edmonton wedding photos. What exactly is a photo guest book? Quite simply, it’s a guest book signed by the attendees at your wedding and/or reception. You may be thinking, how do I get photos in the wedding guest book if it’s to be used during the ceremony?
Use your free engagement photos you receive from your Instant Memories wedding photographer. Use one of your engagement photos to put in your guest book for a personal touch. You can place your photo to the left, and leave the right for signatures. Once you receive your photographs from your Edmonton wedding photographer at Instant Memories you can replace your engagement photo with a wedding photograph.
As stated above, at Instant Memories you receive a free engagement photo shoot. Feel free to integrate these photos into your final photo album, or you can create a complete engagement photo session album on its own.
Either way you will certainly treasure your engagement photos on their own or if they are integrated in with the rest of your Edmonton wedding photos.
Many brides elect to place their Edmonton wedding photos in huge wedding albums. Large and cumbersome, these albums are often tucked away. A great alternative we suggest to our clients are mini photo albums. This way you can create several volumes – one for the wedding, one for the reception even one for your honeymoon (although we won’t be there .) This way, you will be more likely to pull out and enjoy your Edmonton wedding photos much more often if the albums are smaller and less cumbersome.
The mini wedding photo album is a very personal gift that will be cherished for years to come. Usually, bridesmaids and groomsmen are selected because they are family and/or close personal friends of the couple to be married. Hence, a photo album featuring your history together as family, friends and buddies, is an excellent way to impart how much you value the friendship, the familial bond that is there.
It also signals to the recipients that just because you’re starting a new life, it doesn’t mean that they won’t be a part of it. Quite the contrary, the reason to give it is to remind the receiver that they are a valued part of your life – and shall remain so.