Photographs are precious memories preserved for the world to see. Each one captures a moment that can never be relived. If you are looking for a way to make your wedding more personal there are few things that can achieve it better than the incorporation of photographs.
There are an infinite number of ways to include these precious memories in your big day.
Many couples choose to create displays that feature them in various buckes of their relationship – treating the guests to a bit of their history. However should you choose to incorporate something like a multiple photo frame into your centre-pieces you could also include pictures of the guests seated at that table. Pictures of you and your guests will remind them of the good times you had together. Alternatively, if you are going for an intimate wedding, you could take a more romantic route and create photo stories of the couples in your life that represent the kind of relationship you would like to have. It's a great way to involve your guests in the wedding, and honour those who have set an example you would like to follow. It is also guaranteed to get your guests talking which is exactly the kind of atmosphere that is ideal for a wedding.
If you're looking for a favour that will bring your guests fond memories every time they see it, how about a miniature photo frame with a sweet picture of the happy couple in it? It is easy to find frames in a variety of styles and colours so you don't need to worry about them matching your decor.
Another option would be to instead include a photo of the guest and use the frame as both a unique place card and a favour.
If you don't like the idea of having guests photographs included in the decor you can still use them to create a personal memento. If you compile photographs of all your guests into a book, you can display it as a guest book. Include a sign that directs guests to sign their own photo and include a message. As long as the book can be signed at any point during the reception there will be lots of time for guests to flip through it and the result will be a great deal more personal than just a signature on a list.
Would you consider incorporating photographs into your wedding?