Your family photos deserve to be on display! I know it’s convenient to share them on Facebook and Instagram (and I love seeing them there!), but you don’t want to leave your memories on a digital bookshelf.
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite ways to display your favorite family photos!
Yes, we used to have our photos printed at drugstores. And while it’s convenient and cheap, mass printing does not bring the high-quality colors or tones in your images to life.
Investing in professional printing – I’ve got recommendations if you need them – ensures your images will look as vibrant and warm in real life as they do on your computer.
Custom framing is always a nice touch, and a great way to create a look and style that matches your home décor.
Every digital gallery I send to my clients is connected to my online store where you can get access to professional-grade labs! These photo labs print your images in the correct color and saturation, for a high-end, beautiful result. And you can choose from regular prints, cards, and a number of other options directly from your personal gallery!
If a framed print isn’t your vibe, try having your favorite image printed on a large-scale canvas. My clients love this option so much, I actually include an add-on for a 16×20 canvas in one of my most popular packages.
A canvas looks high-end and doesn’t require a frame, though you can add a floating frame if you want a more polished look!
If you can’t narrow down your favorite family photos, I recommend creating an entire album! You can display your album as a custom coffee table book or keep it nearby on a bookshelf. Kids love looking through family photo albums, and this is an easy way to share your entire gallery with family, friends, and visitors.
Is there anything a grandparent loves more than photos of their kids and grandkids? I’m not a grandparent… but I have to assume this is one of the most coveted gifts!
You can have your images printed on almost anything – a mug, a puzzle, a notebook, an ornament – to create a custom gift, or you can gift a simple framed photo and win the prize for “best gift ever.”