It’s hard to believe that it’s already been over 7 months since Cory and I got married. June 28th feels like just yesterday. It was such a beautiful day. We really lucked out and had the most incredible weather up until about 9pm when I storm settled in. But other than that little hiccup, the day and night when off without a hitch. We were blessed to be surrounded with family and friends and oh my goodness– I still can’t believe it’s over.
Not only were we blessed with the presence of our friends and family, but we were also blessed with an amazing wedding photographer. I can’t sing Chris’s (Landon Michael Photography) praises enough. He did an absolutely amazing job on all of our photos and I know I’ll be swooning over them for years and years to come.
one: Instant gratification: Plain and simple. You take the photo, it prints out, you let it develop and that’s all she wrote.
two: Add to the Decor: Our photographer took all of these photos with is FujiFilm Instax and left them for guests to view on the table for gifts, cards, and our guestbook. It was just the perfect addition and added such a sweet personal touch.
I can’t tell you how thankful I am for all of these memories + these gorgeous Instax photos are no exception. I love the retro, vintage feel and the fact that they’re our only hard-copy of our wedding photos so far, makes them even more special. I should really get wedding photos printed, shouldn’t I? Sheesh!
Until then, I need to figure out what I want to do with these. Make a Instax photo album? A smash book? A scrap book? An Instax gallery wall? The possibilities are endless! I better get to brainstorming + I’ll report back with what I’ve decided to do.
What would you do with all of these Instax photos?