Framers are very fortunate. We get to see the most gorgeous wedding photographs. Everyone is happy. Everyone is beautiful.

The best shots in the wedding album might get framed:

  • The bridesmaids helping the bride before the wedding
  • Four generations of men in the groom’s family
  • The bride and her sisters
  • That private moment between the flower girl and the ring bearer
  • The glowing mother of the bride (Mom’s makeup held)
  • The young cousin who “wouldn’t be caught dead in a dress” looked so grown up in the photo of the wedding party
  • You may now kiss the bride
  • Grandma made it to the wedding (and completed the groom’s family portrait)
  • The traditional photo of the bride and groom feeding each other that first piece of wedding cake
  • The bride dancing with her dad (with a tear in his eye)
  • The unattached girls lined up for the bouquet toss
  • The picture of the hands of the bride and groom (she practically lived in gloves for weeks)
  • The first portrait of the brand new combined family
  • The new couple running through a flurry of rice and best wishes
  • The portrait of the bride and groom
  • The big day will be full of special moments. Frame a memory.