Have your guests sign in and leave a note for you and your beloved in simple notebooks with meaningful photos printed on the front.
We love this idea! If you’re having bite-sized goodies during your reception, photos can make great toppers and make your guests smile.
A wonderful, cheap, and easy option to decorate an indoor venue. Fill up balloons in your wedding colors, and attach photos of you and your new spouse at the bottom. Guests can wander through and check out your pictures – or attach the guests’ name and table number to the back of the photo for a creative seating chart!
This DIY is seriously easy, and a great way to share memories with guests at the reception. Simply put a cork in a candleholder, stick a paperclip in the cork, and put a photo in the paperclip!
For a quick thank-you note, you can’t go wrong attaching a small gift tag with a photo of you two or something meaningful to guests’ wedding favors.
We love this creative and easy idea! Trace the envelope’s triangular fold over a photo, cut out the photo, and glue it to the inside of the envelope to make a unique envelope liner. Guests are sure to ooh and ahh over your creative skills.
This couple used old photos of them as children (and more current photos of them as a couple) to wrap chocolate bars as wedding favors for their guests.
This one is a no-brainer. You’ve probably seen photo garlands decorating various real weddings on many other wedding blogs. All you need for this is printed photos, clothes pins, and lots of string. Simply hang the string wherever you desire, and clip the photos on!
Take your guests for a walk down memory lane (or aisle) by using old photos of you and your fiance as aisle decor. Start with the baby photos at the end, and end with your engagement photos in the row closest to the altar.
If you’ve already got your aisle decor set but you love the idea of having your guests walk through both of your lives in photos, fear not! Another great idea to have guests “walk your story” is to decorate the path between your ceremony and reception (or just your reception if they’re in separate places) with photos of both of you, from the time you met to the present.
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