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You're Going to Want to Snap a Selfie With These Creative Photos Displays

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If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, then a photo display at your wedding is sure to get guests talking! Whether you're sharing sentimental photos of you and your sweetheart or honoring loved ones who have passed, photographs are a great way to add a personal and meaningful touch to your bid day decor. 
When it comes to capturing memories at special events like weddings or parties, creative photo displays can add an extra special touch. 

Here are some ideas for photo displays that you'll want to snap a selfie with:

Polaroid wall: Create a wall covered in Polaroid photos from the event, with a sign encouraging guests to add their own pictures to the display.
Photo booth: Set up a photo booth with props and backdrops for guests to take fun pictures together. You can also create a hashtag for the event and encourage guests to share their photo booth pictures on social media.
Memory table: Set up a table with photos of the couple or the guest of honor from throughout their life, along with mementos and items that are significant to them.
Picture frame display: Hang empty picture frames from a tree or wall, and encourage guests to take photos inside the frames. This creates a unique and fun photo opportunity.
Mirror selfie station: Set up a full-length mirror with a sign encouraging guests to take selfies and share them on social media using the event's hashtag.
Photo garland: Hang a string or ribbon across a wall or ceiling, and attach photos using clothespins or clips. This creates a fun and interactive display that guests can add to throughout the event.
Projection screen: Set up a projection screen or wall where photos and videos can be displayed throughout the event, adding a dynamic element to the decor.
These creative photo displays are sure to be a hit with guests and create lasting memories of your special event.
Taylor Fordham
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