Five ways to display your wedding photography
03 Nov 2016
Make sure the hard copy memories of your special day sit pride of place in the marital home. Here are five ideas from Whitewall
A photo tells a thousand stories and wedding photos are no exception. Preserving all the special moments of your special day, online photo lab Whitewall details five ways to make sure the memories live on for years to come.
1. Photo book
A photo book offers the perfect opportunity to neatly display a selection of your favourite wedding photos in one place. Leave it on the coffee table for friends and family to peruse when they call round. Alternatively, photo books serve as great thank you gifts for important members of your wedding party. You can even tailor the selection of photos to suit each recipient and can choose the size and orientation of your photo book, as well as paper stock and cover materials.
Offering a fuss-free approach to fine art, a canvas print saves you the hassle of picking a suitable and correctly sized picture frame. Whitewall uses high-end artists’ canvas which features a textured surface in either matte or glossy, allowing images to come to life with a natural, three-dimensional finish.
3. Photo calendar
Photo calendars are perfect reminders of beautiful memories throughout the year, while also serving a purpose. Whitewall’s new photo calendars offer diverse format and paper options which provide a wealth of creative possibilities to suit a range of tastes.
4. Wood print
Complementing any wood features in your house, a direct print on wood presents visible birch grain for a unique effect. Printed on a durable 19mm thick layered wood, Whitewall offers two options: white-primed or natural, delivering varying colour results.
Pictures mounted under acrylic glass are crystal clear, elegant, and pure – offering a gallery-like quality. There are a variety of different acrylic products to choose from including a direct print or photo print with different paper options, and a glossy or matte surface – allowing full customisability and personalisation.