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6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

The biggest mistake that brides look over, is photos at the event! They are what make the biggest impact on your special day. Photos set the tone for your ceremony, reception, party, or event! Showcase the blushing bride, the dapper groom, and the love that is bringing everyone together that day! That is why we have expertly compiled our 6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding!

We work with hundreds of brides to help plan their big day, and as you know, photos are a major part of the wedding.

Some couples send out Save the Date Cards, others get right to it with the Announcement, and then of course, Thank You cards! But, what about sharing photos AT the Wedding? You spend hundreds of dollars on first look, bridals and engagements, don’t leave them on a hard drive!

Top trending ideas for displaying photos on the big day

1. Big Mounted Prints

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

Let’s get started with the most popular — the BIG heat press mount. We had the honor of printing Dancing with the Stars, Witney Carson’s, wedding photos. We went big.

Heat press, mounted prints include a protective laminate coating so that photos can be displayed without glass (which can fall and shatter with one booty-bump on the dance floor). They’re lightweight and more affordable than canvas. Our favorite part, they are versatile! Add them to a decorative frame or stand them alone, both options look fantastic!

TIP: Hang lightweight mounted photos with double sided velcro, heavy 3m tape or display on an easel!

2. Easy DIY’s

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

Add beauty and meaning to your wedding displays by creating these simple photo DIYs! Add your new bridal photos or print your couple pictures throughout your relationship for people to see.

Find out how Heidi Swapp DIY’ed these amazing table center pieces, here! Print as archival photographic prints to last forever, or press prints to have a thicker, sturdier look.

3. Table Photo Display

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

A great way to share your photos with your guests, add photos to your table display! Use the couple’s baby photos, dating photos, or bridal images to show more of your beautiful faces to your family and friends!

Slip your prints into our recycled wood photo holders! They are an easy solution for table displays that everyone will LOVE! This display works best when your photos are printed on our thick, card stock paper so that they are strong enough to stand up alone without folding over.

4. Get to Know the Bride & Groom

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

You’ll have guests from each side in attendance, so share a little bit about yourselves with these creative prints! Add fun facts and details to card stock prints to add even more personal touches to your wedding!

Create a 5×7 bio card on Canva or Adobe Spark, upload and order 5×7 Linen Press Prints for an elegant look.

5. Framed and Displayed

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

The next on our list of 6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding, classic frames! Many reception centers won’t allow you to hang photos on walls, so get creative with freestanding displays! We love the look of this one below that showcases the couple in frames, layered onto some adorable shelves! You could even include relative’s wedding photos from the past. Such a cute idea!

Photo from: bddweddingsindonesia

6. Heart Photo Collages

6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding

Highlight and share the special moments with a photo heart collage + add mounting, and display on an easel or frame it without glass! They are seriously so easy to make and add more love to your big day!

Persnickety Has You Covered

Whether you want to honor your loved ones through family photos, share your love story through imagery, or show off your engagement photos, Persnickety Prints has got you covered! Which of our 6 Photo Display Ideas for Your Wedding will you be using?

Check out our wedding page, order a set of sample papers and as always, email us with any questions!

Share what you created and how you displayed your Persnickety photos by tagging us! @PersnicketyPrints