Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Personalized Wedding Photos

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I adored Martha Stewart's Magazine's article called "Moving Images" in this month's magazine (see page 142). Bringing photos of you and your fiance is so personal and sweet- but I also love how Martha used this opportunity to incorporate photos of your parents, grandparents and friends.

The yellow accordion paper kit from Paper + Cup is really a great way to honor family and influences in your life. One per table would make a very friendly centerpiece or could be used with a number in one of the photo slots as a table number.

I loved the idea of a "tying the knot" flipbook as Save the Date cards. I found you can have them made through Flip Clips.  To create a personalized flip book, bring a digital camera with video capabilities to your engagement sessions. You'll want to record 15 seconds of video and at the very end, hold up a sign saying, "Save the Date" (with the date and location below).

Martha also showcased photo playing cards, which are a fabulous favor. You can find them through the Kodak Gallery shop. I'd love to see engagement photos, baby photos- and how entertaining for guests if there's any down time to start a friendly game of poker!

The chocolates and the confetti are available from Chocolate Graphics and PhotoFetti,  but they'd be quick to create with an inkjet printer and a scrapbook punch.  

It's the cake that takes all. They've used royal icing to attach ribbons to a basic fondant cake. They cut a photo into a circle, wrapped it with a pleated satin ribbon and attached it to the cake. It's truly amazing, so personal, and very fun!


World Wedding Photojournalist said...

Lovely personal touch. I'm always suggesting clients surround themselves with pictures that represent their love!

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Yours in the image,

All Things Beautiful said...

I saw this too & loved it! Great blog, thanks!