How you can use instant print photos at your wedding
Today’s post is all about how you can use instant print photo’s at your wedding. Instant print photos are great because they capture the precise moment in time without any filters, edits or manipulation.
There are tons of ways to use photos like these, they not only add a personal touch but they blend in as part of your wedding decor. The Original Photo Company chose these examples as some of the best ideas.
By using a repurposed frame large enough to hold the amount of photos you need, utilise some twine and mini pegs with your guests name’s on a guest tag. The intention here is for your guests to use the instant print camera provided on their tables to take photos and replace there name tag with there picture. This is a great way to use the photos later on by adding them to a scrap book or a photo frame to cherish your wedding day and your loved ones for years to come.
This is a fab and easy way of keeping your wedding guests entertained, and you’re guaranteed to have a giggle at some of the photos!
I love this one as you can incorporate your seating plan with the instant print photos, the idea here is that the guests find their photo which reveals the table they will be sitting on. For this to work you’d obvisouly need the photos prior to the wedding which you could capture at a prior event, maybe your engagement party?
This contemporary frame is a great way to use and cherish all of those instant print photo memories from your big day
Slightly smaller than the one above but just as cute
4.Photo Guest Book
An instant photo guest book is the marriage of a photo album and a guest book. Photos are taken of guests at the wedding and put into the instant photo guest book where the guests then write messages to the bride and groom in the moment.
5. String Lights
What’s not to love about string lights? Sparkly lights can add instant style to any wedding decor. A smaller version of this can be adopted at your event!
Take a look at our how to create a polaroid wedding guest book post! And 10 more ways to use instant prints at your wedding!