5 Ways To Display Your Family Photos
Your pictures deserve to be seen. It’s why all my baby & family photography packages include gallery credit so you can choose how to display your memories. Read on for ideas of how to display your family photos.
What better way to share your favourite image than with a stunning piece of wall art. In your gallery you can choose from a range of styles & sizes, and we’ll work together to choose the size and colour of frame that works best for you.
Can’t choose just one image to have on the wall? I’m happy to work with you to create the a bespoke display for your space. Alternatively free software (such as Desenio) can be a great place to start when planning a DIY picture wall.
Want to display lots of your photos but don’t have space for a picture wall? How about displaying multiple images in one eye-catching frame? Choose from a range of layouts, sizes and colours to perfectly complement your home.
Picture ledges are a great way to display a selection of images, and are easy to update when you fancy a change.
Hanging from a string
When you display photos along a string, the look is casual and creative. You can place the string vertical or horizontal, depending on the space available. A DIY project to pass a couple of hours, or opt for a pre-made set up. I love
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Whichever way you choose, I always love to see the finished product in pride of place, don’t forget to tag me in your photos! To book your family photoshoot please contact me to arrange a date, or read more about family photoshoots on the website.
For more ideas on how to display your family photos, pop over to Pinterest to see some of the ideas I’ve collated.
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