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How to Store Your Wedding Photos

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If you’re wondering how to store your wedding photos, you’re not alone. For most, your wedding day photos are an incredibly special and sacred item. Like, I’m talking something you’d grab first in a house fire kinda thing. And for good reason. Your wedding day photos are tangible memories of one of the most special days of your life. A day full of love, laughter, and all of your people together in the same place. After investing in and receiving these treasured memories, you’re likely wondering how to keep them in a safe spot. This way nothing bad can ever happen to them.

That’s where I am here to help.

As a seasoned wedding photographer, I have learned a thing or two about the best ways (and places) to store your wedding photos. So let’s get into it, shall we? Grab your glass of wine, kick your feet up and keep on scrollin’!

google drive

First and foremost with how to store your wedding photos, we have google drive, which is perfect for all of the non-apple users to store their photos and is widely recognized if you’re wanting to share the file with others!

dropbox

Another widely used option perfect for non apple users- dropbox! This one is available for is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile users.

icloud

For all of the avid iPhone lovers- there is also iCloud which is designed specifically for Apple devices and is easy to use for anyone who already has an Apple ID.

photo album

Another option is to have them printed in an actual photo album you can keep on hand or on display in your house! Although I would still recommend storing them in one of the prior mentioned places in addition, this is another option and is a great conversation piece for when you have guests!

 

If you liked this post on how to store your wedding photos, be sure to click here to check out my other post on “Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer”. If you’re looking for someone to capture your special day, click here!

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