Two words: Instagramable backdrops. Thoughtfully designed photo backdrops give guests a fun way to share special moments from your wedding day while also conveying your overall wedding vision in a single photo.
We saw this idea come to life with several of our amazing vendors at Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta in February. Take a look through for some inspiration to make your wedding day the most ‘grammed wedding day yet.
This flower wall with orchids and paper butterflies was the backdrop of our fashion show designed by Rhapsody in Bloom. We love the idea of a flower wall as an altar that your guests can take photos in front of after the ceremony. Or, create a focal point behind the ceremony musicians or live band to ensure every angle of your wedding is perfectly curated.
Laser cut signage with you and your honey’s name, your hashtag or a sweet phrase like “happily ever after” make for simple ways to craft Instagramable moments throughout your event. These letters by Shop Narwall can be customized to various shapes and sizes that are perfect for hallways, bathrooms, or placing over other backdrops like that amazing paper flower wall by Rent A Flower Wall Atlanta.
If you’re really looking to up the ante on your guests’ Instagram feeds, creating a vignette photo setting is a fool proof way to do that. This photo vignette designed by Balloonacy and Flowers by Holland at Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta was whimsical, glam and pure fun. We also love the idea of a photo vignette for a bridal shower or bachelorette party (hello champagne bubble balloons!) so your bride tribe has frame worthy memories.
Looking for more inspiration? Don’t miss the next Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta on August 11, 2019 at Southern Exchange Ballrooms. Meet some of the vendors mentioned here that are pros at bringing wedding visions to life, plus 100+ more vendors across every category. Get tickets here.
Thank you to Bre Sessions Photography, our official show photographer, for all photos featured in this post!
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