Your wedding will likely be one of the best days of your life. So, there is no doubt you’ll be eager to share your wedding photos with your guests. Whether it’s a private first look or fun photos from the reception of Uncle Mike breakdancing. There are countless memorable moments to be shared.
But, what’s the easiest way to share these moments with everyone? Well, that’s exactly what I am here to answer today!
01. send prints
Chances are, most of your guests won’t take the time or have the time to print out any digital copies you send their way. Sending everyone prints for them to hold onto and be able to display will ensure they get the most out of you sharing your photos with them.
You can also save some of the photos from your wedding day and use them for a holiday card to send out to everyone. This creates another way to send over your photos in a memorable way.
02. social media
Of course, there is also the ol’ reliable- social media. This is without a doubt one of the fastest, easiest, and most cost-effective ways to share your wedding photos from your special day. between Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, tik tok etc. there are endless ways to not only share your photos but create special content with them.
03. photo sharing apps
Like I talked about in my post covering “Must-Have Apps for Planning Your Wedding” there are countless photo-sharing apps you can use. These apps allow guests to share photos they took with you, as well as you to share photos with them too!
Chat with your photographer, as they probably have a few different options on how you can share your wedding photos. Most will send a link to an edited version of your digital wedding album. This will probably be the easiest way! But be sure to ask your photographer first. Depending on your contract agreement, they may not allow you to give full access to all of your guest. So, be upfront about what you’d like to do.
05. wedding website
If you made a wedding website through something like The Knot or Wedding Wire, you can upload your photos there as well, this option is usually free to do!
If you liked this post, be sure to check out my other post on “How To Use Your Engagement Photos”.