4 Ways to Use Photos as Wedding Decor

4 Ways to Use Photos as Wedding Decor

There are so many details when you’re wedding planning. The color scheme, the floral arrangements, which bridesmaids are walking with which groomsmen, the seating chart – the list goes on!

Even though some details may be dictated by price or family dynamics, you can still create a wedding day that feels uniquely you. A great way to do this? Adding personal photos throughout your decor! Here are four easy ways to add photos to your wedding decor.

Welcome Signs

Using your engagement photos + useful directional signage for your guests + a keepsake for years to come = wedding signing boards. Get a mounted Print of one of your favorite engagement shots, add your names and wedding date, then display on an easel.

Table Numbers

It’s a tiny detail, sure, but you can make it personal by theming your table numbers with photos. Try doing Prints from your love story on each table, like the night of your first date, the second apartment you’ve lived in together, the third Christmas you spent as a couple, et cetera. Or, pick pictures from each year of your table (for example, age one at table one) and use Collage Prints to mold them together.

Family Memory Table

Just because some family members are no longer with us doesn’t mean they can’t have a presence on your big day. Pick a table and get enlargements or framed wedding pictures from family that have passed. Now only is it a touching way to honor their memory, it’s also incredible to see how traditions and gowns have changed over time!

Guest Books

Another personalized takeaway option for your wedding is a handcrafted Wedding Guest Book. Fill the pages with your favorite photos, and leave space for your guests to leave thoughtful notes for you.

How have you seen photographs used as wedding decor? Tell us in the comments!


  1. I’m making a collage of family wedding photos (dating from early 1900s to now) to display at my anniversary party to celebrate all weddings/marriages. I hope it becomes a fun talking point at the party.


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