8 Wedding Photos Printed 8 Ways

Ideas for Printing Your Wedding Photos
Say “I do” to printing your wedding photos! Check out these examples of eight different wedding photos printed on eight different photo art products and let us know which is your favourite!

Whether you’re just getting married or have been married for 50 years, there’s never a bad time to print your wedding photos. In fact, it’s not uncommon to hear people say they’re finally getting around to printing their wedding photos, despite having been married for nearly a decade (wink to Erin Deichert, featured below).

If you follow us on Facebook, you’re probably familiar with our Artwork of the Week posts. Every Monday, we feature a customer’s Posterjack art along with a little backstory about the image. We love sharing these posts because they highlight our photo art products using real customer photos. The Artwork of the Week photos are real prints ordered by real customers, how cool is that?!

As the season of matrimony is just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to gather together a few of our past Artwork of the Week posts that feature prints of wedding photos. To make it even more interesting, we’ve chosen eight wedding photos that have been printed on eight different Posterjack products. We hope these will inspire you and provide you with ideas on how you can turn your own wedding photos into beautiful art that you can proudly display in your home. Check them out and let us know which is your favourite!

A Beautiful Gift

Bride and groom destination wedding photo printed by Posterjack

Jocelyn Routhier had this wedding photo turned into an HD Metal Print as a surprise gift for some friends.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Jocelyn Routhier. You’re looking at an 18”x24” HD Metal Print.

Jocelyn tells us, “These are my friends on their wedding day. I had this picture made for them as a surprise housewarming gift as they have just moved back into their newly rebuilt home after the wildfire in Fort McMurray took their home one month to the day after returning from their destination wedding. They were married at the end of March 2016 at the Iberostar Varadero resort in Cuba. Darwin Mulligan Photography of Edmonton Alberta captured this photo.” You can see more of his photos by visiting his website, http://www.darwinmulligan.com.

Posterjack HD Metal Prints are glossy, vibrant, and ready to make a bold statement on your wall. They’re also lightweight, fade-resistant, and extremely durable.

A Natural Elegance 

Black and White Wedding Photography Printed and Framed using Posterjack

This black and white wedding photo looks gorgeous with a Metallic Frame.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Raylene Twist. You’re looking at an 8”x12” silver Metallic Frame.

Raylene tells us this photo, “was captured at Redwood Park in Langley, BC on May 6th, 2017. It was taken by Michelle Lana Photography. We had photos taken for our wedding day.” You can see more of Michelle Lana’s photos by visiting her website, http://www.michellelanaphotography.ca.

Create an upscale look with our gold and silver Metallic Frames to add elegance to any image. Nothing looks richer and more elegant than an accent of gold or silver on your wall. We’ve selected the perfectly rich gold and deep silver tones to provide a look of natural beauty and enduring substance.

A Gorgeous Backdrop 

Beautiful wedding photo of bride and groom printed on canvas

Some of the best wedding photos are completely natural and un-staged.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Lana. You’re looking at a 12”x18” Canvas Print.

Lana tells us, “The photo was taken at Green Lake behind Nicklaus North Golf Course in Whistler, BC. We missed the sunset for evening photos (we were having too much fun on the patio!), but my photographers clearly have an eye for gorgeous lighting off the lake and mountains! They convinced the harbour float plane port to stay open for us to capture a few photos after it closed, and they resulted in some of our favourite photos of the day. Most impressively, this photo was completely natural and un-staged. Jenna and Tristan are documentary photographers, so they captured the moment in its most pure, true form!” You can see more Jenna & Tristan photos by visiting their website, http://jennaandtristan.com.

Posterjack Canvas Prints are hand-stretched, made in Canada, and printed using our proprietary photo enlargement technology and world-class printers.

A Magical Moment

Stunning wedding photo printed and framed by Posterjack

“You sometimes wonder what a photographer sees, them BAM the photo appears and it is magic!”

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Angela Brzus. You’re looking at a 14”x18” Barnwood Frame.

Angela tells us, “This is actually a wedding photo of my husband an I taken by Kaihla Tonai! She is amazing and we had pulled over on the side of a gravel road for this. You sometimes wonder what a photographer sees, them BAM the photo appears and it is magic!” You can see more of Kaihla’s photos by visiting her Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/KaihlaTonai/.

Posterjack Barnwood Frames are beautifully handcrafted and rich with texture. They’re the perfect blend of elegance and raw style. The gorgeous wood texture makes them an ideal choice to showcase your favourite photos.

A Love for Autumn 

Bride and groom wedding photo turned into a Posterjack Acrylic Print

It’s never too late to print your favourite wedding photos.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Erin Deichert. You’re looking at an 8”x10” Acrylic Print with aluminum easel.

Erin tells us, “I was so excited when I came across your website. You offer so many neat and creative ways to print photos. We’ve been married for almost nine years now and I’m just getting around to making prints for around the house. I’m definitely glad I waited.” Erin tells us this photo was captured on her wedding day back on September 16, 2006, in Estevan, Saskatchewan. “I had always dreamed of having a fall wedding and outdoor pictures with all of the fall colours. I asked our photographer to capture casual moments and that’s exactly what we got. I had this picture made into an Acrylic Print to display in our family room. I have my wonderful photographer, Lavonne Gorrill, from Lumsden, Saskatchewan, to thank for capturing this beautiful photo.”

Posterjack Acrylic Prints are a modern and fresh way to display your photos. Of all our photo art products, this is the one that will really make your photo pop!

Stunning Beauty

Wedding photo desk decor

Brittany Williams printed her wedding photo on an Acrylic Block to display on her desk at work.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Brittany Williams. You’re looking at a 5”x7” Acrylic Block.

Brittany tells us, “This photo was taken on my wedding day at Emerald Lake Lodge in Field, British Columbia. We had a small outdoor wedding surrounded by the beautiful Canadian Rockies and our closest friends and family. I had this photo made into an Acrylic Block to put on my desk at work. I have my wonderful photographer, Nate, from Northridge Photography to thank for capturing this beautiful photo. Nate is a wedding photographer based out of Southern Alberta. I would highly recommend Nate as a photographer.” You can see more of Nate’s photos by visiting his website, http://northridgephoto.com/.

A Posterjack Acrylic Block is made from a perfectly clear, thick one-inch piece of premium cast acrylic that captures and refracts light in a way you just have to see for yourself! It’s the most interesting way to display your photos in a small format. The other items on your desk, shelf, or mantle are going to be jealous!

The Darling Little Flower Girl

Sweet wedding photo of flower girl printed on a Posterjack Metal Print

Candid wedding photos can turn into some of the best prints!

This week’s Artwork of the Week is by Dana Blackmore. Dana’s photo was made into an 8”x12” Classic Silver Metal Print with the Stand-Off Kit hanging option.

Here’s what Dana had to say about the photograph, “This photo was taken at my nephew’s wedding this summer in Petawawa, Ontario. This image is of his darling little girl Chloe! She was standing in the wedding party and I caught this image of her while she wasn’t looking. She was absolutely the perfect little flower girl, loving her pretty dress! My nephew and his new wife are stationed in Petawawa as he is a proud young member of our Canadian Armed forces.”

Posterjack Classic Silver Metal Prints are lightweight, fade-resistant, and extremely durable – perfect for both indoor and outdoor décor.

The Perfect Location

Brittany Ross and her husband celebrated their first anniversary with a Trash the Dress photoshoot.

This Artwork of the Week belongs to Brittany Ross. You’re looking at a 30”x20” Triptych Canvas Print.

Brittany tells us, “The photo was taken by a friend of mine, Holly Marquette, with En Route Photography. My husband and I, pictured, recently celebrated our first anniversary and wanted a unique way to celebrate; being a photographer myself, a photoshoot just seemed like the right fit. My husband and I run a small cattle operation in Saskatchewan, and this picture is on the riverbank in on of our pastures, looking out at the cows on the other side. It was a ‘Trash the Dress’ photo session, without actually getting too dirty! An excuse for me to wear my dress one last time, before it doesn’t fit! The photo captured us perfectly, this is our happy place, wide open spaces, with some cows around.” You can see more photos by En Route Photography by visiting their website, https://www.enroute-photography.com/.

You have the perfect picture. You want to display it with impact. You want it bigger than life. Posterjack Multi-Panel Canvas Prints are exactly what you need! We’ll split your canvas into two, three, or four panels. Your amazing canvas creation will be a fresh and artistic look on your wall!

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