How to Document Your Big Day

Since a wedding day can be filled with a tight schedule and a lot of people, it can be hard to really lock all the memories into your mind. These are memories that you’ll want to have forever, so documenting them is the way to go. Since you can’t do this all on your own, having a strategy is what will help you out a little. Read on to find out how you can have certain people help you document the day while you are doing the loving, laughing, and dancing.

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We know this one is obvious, but there are others ways you can capture pictures of the big day other than just a professional photographer. Don’t forget about pictures of the guests with things like photo booths or selfie sticks. You can also give out polaroid cameras to some or all of the guests and have them take pictures of you and your newlywed. This can be so fun as you’ll be able to see so many different perspectives of your wedding day. This might mean a lot of film printouts but just think about the beauty in flipping through a wedding album some day in the future. Regardless of all the technology now-a-days, that’s still a priceless moment!

Hand Written Letters

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Again, this one can be interesting with some guest interaction. Having your guests write you a best of luck letter can leave you with some incredibly kind words and perspective on how much they love you. Think of it as a guest love letter. All they would have to do is give advice, say what they wish for you in the future, how much they love you, their favorite thing about you two, and how they will always remember your wedding day. Get ready for some tears!

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