Category Archives: Wedding photos

Quirky uses for wedding pictures

Our wedding albums are the ideal place to showcase your special day. Use a series of images to tell your story and create a timeless keepsake to view whenever you like, our software is free to download so you can quickly create the album of your dreams.

What else can you do with wedding pictures though?

We think these ideas are a good way to showcase your special day.

Try turning pictures into wall art

Where better to show off images of your special than on the walls of your home. Create canvas prints out of your most precious wedding pictures, box frames, bevel box frames and blocmounts are just some of the solutions we provide and every single option displays your pictures in the best possible light.

Transform your home into a gallery, fill the walls with wedding pictures and choose special images that make you smile.

Create a collage on canvas

Why make do with one picture on a canvas print when you could have a whole series of images printed onto canvas?

Design the ultimate collage of your special day, pick out your best pictures and give your walls the wow factor.

Have ‘his and hers’ photo mugs

Have some of your wedding pictures printed onto a set of mugs. Enjoy a fresh brew in the morning and every time you take a sip, think of your other half, it’s a gorgeous way to start the day!

Make personalised coasters

Tired of seeing ring marks on furniture? Create your own set of wedding coasters. Choose a few pictures from your wedding day, get them printed onto a set of coasters and you’ve just made something practical as a souvenir of your special day.

Design a trendy t-shirt

Wear your wedding pictures! Get a couple of t-shirts printed with special images of your wedding day. Show other people what your wedding day meant to you.

Bring a boutique album to life

Of course, the best way to show off your wedding pictures is to place them inside a luxury wedding album, for inspiration take a look at our collection at

What ruins wedding pictures?

Designing your own wedding album couldn’t be easier, as long as you have a good selection of pictures to start with in the first place.

The quality of these images will vary depending on a number of factors, we look at some of the common issues that might affect your photographs and think of ways to avoid a major catastrophe in this blog.

Cowboy photographers

The quality of your photographer is going to have a massive say in the final outcome of your pictures. Pick an amateur photographer and you might save a little money but what type of impact will that have on your photographs?

Okay, you might drop lucky and find an untested photographer that’s blessed with raw talent but what are the chances of that?

It’s more likely your budget photographer will ruin the shots and you’ll have nobody to blame but yourself when you are trying to ‘cobble’ a few pictures together for your new wedding album.

Well-meaning family members

Every family has at least one member that thinks they’re an expert on photography. Yes, they’ll have taken some decent snaps of holidays in the past, would you entrust them with your wedding photography though?

They mean well but let them down lightly, pick a professional photographer for the happiest day of your life.

Making it too formal

Stand and pose, smile when prompted and say cheese! Does that sound like your ideal kind of photography?

Formal is fine for a few pictures, to really capture the flavour of your day though, consider reportage style photography.

Opt for the journalistic approach and get your photographer to capture pictures of people that are totally caught up in the moment.

Not using multiple cameras

Having multiple photographers at your wedding will help to capture a wider degree of photography.

Look for professional services that use at least two photographers per shoot. This way one can take pictures of the happy couple and the other photographer can focus their camera on the guests.

Failing to stick to schedule

Create a plan and stick with it.

Go though the schedule of the day with your photographer before the wedding, work out when will be the best time to take pictures and choose locations at your wedding venue that you know are going to work.

Get the schedule sorted, stick with it, and when you get your digital images back they’ll be ready to go straight into a luxury wedding album!