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Do You Display Your Wedding Photos?

Whether you're just married or celebrating many years of matrimonial bliss, you probably have a collection of photos from the big day. I've seen them blown up and framed in the living room, kept in small frames on the bedroom dresser, or just stored in a photo album on the coffee table. And while newlyweds typically keep the photos handy for sentimental houseguests, it seems a bit out of the ordinary for more mature couples to have their wedding photos prominently displayed. How 'bout you?

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austintx0505 austintx0505 5 years
I can't stand our wedding pictures, so we went to Glamor Shots to have a few pictures taken in hopes our parents would take down the wedding pictures we hated...didn't work.
carolynz carolynz 5 years
Not on the wall, but there are 2 in nice frames- one is big and the other just snapshot size in our living room. I don't really like wedding wall shrines.
GirlOverboard GirlOverboard 5 years
I'm not married yet (only two weeks 'til the big day!) and we've totally already planned on having our pictures displayed somewhere. We actually picked out a multi-photo picture frame for our registry to use after we get our pictures back from our photographer. The subject came up when we were at a friend's house recently - they had a rather interesting compilation of wedding photos and thought we'd like to do the same. :)
lawchick lawchick 5 years
Oh and I recently moved the one from the den to the bedroom.
lawchick lawchick 5 years
We've been married for three years and still have one photo displayed. The most we ever had displayed was 2.
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 5 years
i'm not married so i can't comment on this. but i'd definitely have some wedding snaps around the house. i always think that as good as having a photo album is.... it's a shame having all your photos hidden away in a book. however - you can't post something like this casa and not tell us where that screen's from?! what a fab idea!!!!!!
mrsld mrsld 5 years
married ten years and I have two still displayed. One with our immediate families all in it and one of just the two of us.
MandyWH MandyWH 5 years
Ours were done by our photographer friend, so we keep a few up for several reasons -- to remember the day, to look at beautiful photos of our friends and family, and to show off our friend's skills!
LaBellaViola LaBellaViola 5 years
We didn't have professional photography unfortunately so, mine are stored on my hard drive *le sigh*. If we had, I'm sure I would have made a nice album at least. We did, however, have a very small handful of friend and family photos that were quite nice that I may frame up eventually.
starbucks2 starbucks2 5 years
I'm not married, but my parents wedding picture is displayed in the living room.
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