How to choose which wedding photos to print
In this digital age, many people wonder why they should bother printing out their wedding photos when you can see them at the touch of a screen or the click of a mouse. Wedding photos are special though, and therefore different.
They’re a huge part of the big day, so surely any couple would wish to display them proudly for all to see. Here are some tips to help you choose which wedding photos to print, courtesy of Matthew Rycraft Photography.
Showcase various styles
Try to go for a selection of different shots taken by your wedding photographer in Liverpool. You could include, for example, colour and black and white pictures, and combine both landscape and portrait images. Grouping some together by style can work well in a gallery wall, so make sure you opt for a good range of each type.
Capturing the moment
The wedding photos you feature in your home can include other images as well as those portraits of just the two of you. Why not display a shot of your bouquet or a decorative feature, a picture of you getting ready for the ceremony, or a close-up of a favourite accessory such as your jewellery, shoes or cufflinks?
Why not make an event of choosing your favourite images? Pour some fizz and sit down with your new spouse as you sift through the options, reminiscing about the day as you go. This makes for a memorable event in itself, enriching that tapestry of images that will live in your mind throughout your lives together.
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