One of the things you’ll be looking forward to after the big day is how all your wedding photography turned out. You’ll likely receive digital copies a day or two afterwards but will need to wait a little longer for the prints to arrive. In the meantime, you can start planning what to do with them.
- Posting online
First of all, when you get your digital copies, don’t post like crazy on social media, it gets tiring quite quickly. Be sparse and selective with your sharing if you’re going to do it. Not everyone will be as excited as you are.
- Reaching out to friends
Everyone has a camera or a smartphone today, so don’t just expect your best photos from the professional photographer. Create an online photo sharing account and invite your guests to upload the best of their shots. You’d be surprised what gems may have been captured.
- Wedding albums and frames
Have a few places in your home ready to display your favourite shots. These may be bridal party photos, group photos, couple photos, or candids of getting prepared. You’ll probably have hundreds of others you love, which you can then add to a wedding album.
Framed photos can make an excellent gift for friends and families too!