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7 ways to incorporate family photos into your wedding

BY The WMG Bride | 24 Mar, 2015 | 602 views | 2 min read

Weddings are, after all about your family more than anything else- especially in the Indian context. So it's only fair that your wedding be a celebration of your near and dear ones. These adorable ways to incorporate family photos would  be a good start! 1. Use framed photos as decor for tables romanticmehendi-ndian

Photography by Mahatta and Co. Engagement Album coming soon on WedMeGood

These beautiful white frames are the perfect accessory atop the pastel pink table linen. This would be perfect for a day engagement function!

2. Use family photos for your wishing tree 

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From the Album: Rupali and Nirav

Create a wall with Polaroid photos of your entire immediate family. Use this as a wishing tree- make them write wishes to the couple behind their corresponding photo. If you are having a sit down dinner, then you can even use this as a seating chart.   3. Use your photos as a couple and turn them into famous movie posters 1-poster-chichu-sheeni

Photography by Varun Suresh/ From the Album: Varsheeni and Chichu

  4. Create a memory table of wedding photos of your mom, sisters, cousins weddinghonorlovedones_theknot02

Photo from theknot

Get together wedding photos of your mom, older brother, and even your nani and create a wedding memory table . Such a beautiful thought and an interesting area for guests to browse over.   5. Create a 'Walk our story' trail which shows your and your fiance's  growing up  photos  33a06f83ce31f2ed281b050a2d90035d   6. Using them in Sangeet dance performances   IMG_4512

Photo by Morvi Images/ From the Album: Engagement in Delhi with beautiful jewels

Bride to be Madhuri had her friends use her photos in the Song "Fevicol" . Get creative and use your family photos at appropriate moments during the functions !

7.Commemorate deceased loved ones by placing their photos on empty chairs around the feras Whether its your late granddad or a beloved aunt, make deceased loved ones feel a part of your big day by keeping a place for them around the feras and placing a photo of them on each chair where they would have sat.

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