Do you remember pouring over your parents’ wedding album; watching younger versions of your parents in gorgeous dresses and suits, having the best time of their lives? Your wedding photos are almost just as important as the memories of your wedding day! It’s a way to commemorate a once-in-a-life-time event, and one of the best ways to store special memories.
Photos come in many forms, though. From the traditional album to canvases, there are so many ways for you to showcase your wedding photos! Here are some ways you can have your wedding day encapsulated beautifully in pictures.
Think of this as an upgraded version of the traditional slot-in album – it’s seamless, classy, and easy to flip through! Many photobooks also come with customisations like different sizes, different print formats, and you could have your names printed in the front!
The best part? If your photographer offers the photo book as part of their photography package, you’ll be cutting out the hours needed to arrange your photos neatly. Your wedding photographer can do that for you! That way, when you receive the book, all you’ll have to do is flip through the pages and relive your special day with your loved one.
At Natasha Kasim Photography, our photo books are 8x12 inches and can store up to 100 photos. Printed on premium pyramid paper and customised gold foil print, your wedding memories will be encased and shown off in the manner that they deserve! Just imagine opening up a gorgeous pearlised box and white linen hardback cover to reminisce your wedding day even years from now.
2. Keepsake Box
Nothing could be more romantic than receiving your photos in a keepsake box! The keepsake box, or memory box, could not be truer to its name. Used to keep all your treasured memories in stills, look back on the day by opening up a beautiful box! It’s like a treasure chest specially for your memories.
If you’re interested in having a keepsake box specially made for your wedding memories, Natasha Kasim Photography’s 8 and 12 hour photography packages include keepsake boxes just for you! With 50 or 100 4R Prints respectively in customised gold foil print, stored specially for you in your choice of an off white linen box or blush pink suede box, we couldn’t imagine a better way to preserve your day.
For many of us, marriage also means moving into a new house. Whether it’s finally settling in to your long-awaited BTO or enjoying a new room together, you’re going to want to decorate the space with all that screams the both of you. And one way you can personalise your new space is through a canvas photo of you and your partner!
Starting from $170, our canvas wrap comes in 3 sizes: 16 x 24, 20 x 30, 24 x 36, so you can display your photo nicely in your home. Hang it in the living room, above your bed, or somewhere special – a canvas photo of your wedding day may be just what you need to remind yourself of your love for each other.
4. Photo Album
And of course, this list would not be complete without the good ol’ photo album. A traditional way of doing things that will never go out of style, there’s a reason why the photo album is so popular. Flip through a large book of all your favourite wedding photos, immerse yourself in the day once again!
And of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without the classic frame prints. An understated way to show off your gorgeous wedding photos, celebrating your home with little hints of your love never goes wrong.
Our frame prints are available in 3 sizes: 16 x 24, 20 x 30, 24 x 36, so you can pick the size that best fits your home.
Natasha Kasim Photography has plenty of packages that fit all sorts of weddings, and photography print preferences like keepsake boxes, photo books and more. For more information, drop us a message to find out more about our rates and combo packages with Video/Bridal/Deco/MUA/Bouquet/Invitation Card!
We are from Natasha Kasim Photography and are wedding photographers based in Singapore who are deeply passionate about capturing dreamy and intimate moments. We capture weddings for all races and religions including but not limited to Malay/Muslim weddings, Indian weddings and Chinese weddings.