display your wedding photography

Ways to display your wedding photography


Display your wedding photography

Weddings are beautiful ceremonies that celebrate the union between two people madly in love. From the day you got engaged all the way down to the day itself, you and your partner are most likely caught up in a whirlwind of love and preparation, even if you are the most organised person in the world! There are many beautiful wedding venues in Adelaide and all over Australia, so wherever you got married, it was surely a lovely affair.

Here’s a new chapter after the wedding whirlwind: settling into your life together. Of course, moving into a home together involves a lot of decor, and once you get your wedding photos back, you’ll want to put them on display somehow. The traditional way is to put them all in a photo album or place them in beautiful frames on your wall. However, there are also other options that are more fun, playful and quirky which are worth considering.

Ways to display your wedding photography

Whether your style is more traditional or modern, there’s definitely a creative way to display your photos. Here are some ideas to creatively display your wedding photography:

Customise the Photo Album

More than half of couples wind up buying a photo album from the wedding photographer they booked for their big day. If that’s the case with you, then work hand-in-hand with them to make sure you get a gorgeous timeline put together. You can also discuss how the photo album itself will look from colour and cover to style and more. No matter what you ultimately decide on, it’s the best way to get as many photos as possible in one place. Make your cover pop and let it double as a centrepiece for your coffee table!

When I develop my wedding albums, I ask my couples what phtoos they’d like printed within their book, and when asked to produce a large deluxe book we often get together and design the whole thing together! It can be a lot of fun!

Shelf Display

Most people place pictures on a shelf, which is arguably the most traditional style of placing photos on display. The symmetry that is found in wall displays levels up with shelves, into organised symmetry. Mix things up by having photos printed in various sizes and orientations (landscape and portrait). Look into getting an assortment of frames to really get that eclectic vibe going.

Stone or Wood Prints

While generally found in beachy, bohemian home decor, these prints are a classic touch to any home environment. It could also be a fun DIY art bonding experience for you two as a couple. However, if you don’t have the time, you can outsource the work and get it done that way.

Arylic Prints

As far as displays go, prints mounted to acrylic would have to be one of the most modern ways to display your wedding photography. The Acrylic itself allows for a sense of 3 dimensions when viewing a print mounted this way. From mounting photos on flat pieces to hang on the wall, to huge blocks to display on desks or tabletops, these displays can add a touch of luxe to a modern setting.

Wall Display

A cluster of photos displayed on your wall may seem traditional, but it’s actually a versatile style. Separate frames arranged in some sort of symmetrical display or in a pattern. If you don’t feel like using frames, get canvas prints! They can be displayed in much the same way. You can experiment with various styling options according to your taste.

Your wedding will likely be one of the most photographed events in your lifetime, between your official photographers and the smartphones of family and friends. That works out well since you want to be able to immortalise the memories from that special day. However you choose to display your wedding photography, there’s sure to be a style out there that suits you.

Let us help you put together the key memories of your wedding day so you can relax. For first-rate wedding photography in Australia, trust SvenStudios. We promise to give you the best wedding photos from one of the best days of your life.



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