4 Ways Under $100 to Display & Preserve Wedding Prints
One of the most beautiful and rewarding aspects of our job is delivering prints to our clients. Printed photos that they can touch and hold and put in frames in their homes and on their desks at work.
Do your parents or grandparents have that one cherished photo of your great grandparents in a silver frame sitting on their bedside table or on the mantle? That one black and white photo that may be ruffled or torn around the edges, or crinkled from years of sitting in a shoe box, or perhaps yellowish around the edges from being pressed in between the pages of an old book.
We’re sure you want to care and preserve your printed wedding photos for years and years to come. So maybe, one day, when your great grandchildren look up on the mantle, they’ll see that photo of you and your husband that was taken on your wedding day. The day you began life together, and started creating YOUR family’s legacy.
So, we thought it would be helpful to provide you with some of our favorite ways to display these valued moments in your home! We own one or more of each of these listed below, and we proudly display them in our home. Here are four lovely and functional ways we love to display and preserve prints.
Wooden Box from Make & Stow – $78
These gorgeous wooden boxes from Make & Stow are hand made in Oregon by the McVey Family, and we have a few of these boxes to store our most precious photos, memories and heirlooms. Available in various sizes and types of wood, the small photo box is $78 and the medium photo box is $96. They’re perfect for 4×6 or 4.5″x6″ prints, and the lids can also be engraved with your name and wedding date.
Glass Photo Box from La Rousse – $45
For the modern couple, these beautiful glass boxes from La Rousse have matte gold antique brass edging and closures. Created by Katie Doherty, a professional wedding photographer, they are a beautiful way to display your prints in your home while protecting them at the same time. Available in 4×6, 5×5, and also 5×7. You can also opt for personalized glass etching on the lid to include your names and wedding date.
Leather Satchel from Nolia Co. – $40
These satchels from Nolia Co. are strong, durable, and timeless. Handmade by Bud Johnson, a professional wedding photographer in Richmond, Virginia, Nolia co. is a short-run, high-end leather wares shop. Nolia co. offers 4×6 satchels, and also instant print satchels for Fuji Instax Wide, FP-100C, and FP-3000 photos.
Slip-In Photo Album – $85
If you’re looking for a contemporary and clean way to preserve and display your prints, a traditional slip-in photo album is the perfect solution! The photos simply slip into each page. These albums for 4×6 prints have a neutral gray fabric cover and 30 elegant white pages to display 30 prints. Contact us to purchase a slip-in photo album.