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Share Your Wedding And Honeymoon Photos

We've nearly reached the end of Wedding Season on the Sugar Network and while I've given you tips on how to make a wedding website, put together a slideshow for the actual ceremony and even how to hire a wedding photographer, we haven't talked about how to display and share those photos after the big day.

  • Digital Photo Frames: Hopefully you included a digital photo frame in your gift registry. If not, make sure to get one and put all your favorite photos on it. It allows you to display a rotating collection of your best wedding pictures.
  • Share On Your Wedding Website: If you are using a site like eWedding or The Knot to host your wedding website there are simple ways to upload your pictures onto their site.
  • Share On Your Photo Service Page: In an effort to keep things personal, I suggest creating your own site, or using Flickr or Picasa to share your wedding photos and honeymoon photos (only the appropriate ones, of course). You can upload them in a flash (often you can use an uploading tool and get hundreds of photos online in a matter of minutes), tag them, give them captions and best of all allow your family, friends and even people who didn't attend the wedding to enjoy and comment on your photos. Check out my guide to using online photo services for more help.
  • Remember to Geotag!: If you do end up sharing your honeymoon photos on Flickr or Picasa, make sure to geotag them. Geotagging, or adding geographical identification to images (usually latitude and longitude coordinates or place names), was once a feature reserved to the most extreme online photo community addicts, but has become extremely popular and will help your friends get an idea of of exactly where you vacationed. (It's also a great memory resource in case you want to go back to the same place someday but can't remember where it was located!)


Join The Conversation
Nitrobezene Nitrobezene 9 years
I will but I have to wait till I fine the one.. that should be a while. :)
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
cute photo/couple.
southerncalgal southerncalgal 9 years
We got married on 7-7-7 and promptly converted our wedding website to wedding and honeymoon photos. It was very easy. I just made it on my mac using iweb, then my husband did the rest and uploaded the site to our domain. I plan on keeping our website for future news and updates for our family, especially when we have kids. I have received many compliments on the site, and we really enjoy looking at our photos on the internet.
steen steen 9 years
I uploaded all of mine to Flickr. It's about $25 a year for a pro account and the photos get a lot of attention, what with all the groups and tagging ability and whatnot. Someone bought the digital frame that was on our registry but we haven't gotten it yet. :( (Our wedding was about three weeks ago)
DCStar DCStar 9 years
I uploaded all of our wedding/honeymoon/vacation photos onto Smugmug. It charges you a yearly fee of about $20 or $30 but that is what, a week's cell phone bill? It allows you to create gorgeous albums and there's NO LIMIT on how many pics you can upload!
woodycakes woodycakes 9 years
let's find a groom first :D
macgirl macgirl 9 years
For our wedding photos I set up a page on my .mac account. Then when we went on our honeymoon I did a blog with photos on our daily activities exploring Canada. People really seemed to like it. Even though I'm technical I don't know jack about html or doing web pages. Using iWeb made it so easy and the sites are good looking.
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