A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

While I am completely convinced Mr. Knight and I will have more pictures then we know what to do with from our photographers on our wedding day, I still want to see all the fun/quirky/silly pictures our guests have taken. I first thought of putting disposable cameras on every table. Loved the idea. The downside? All the pictures would be low quality and I’m a high resolution kinda gal. So… that was a ‘no go.’

Picture 1source SAAB Weddings

I was racking my brain trying to come up with a way our guests could share their pictures with us when I came across Mrs. Cupcake’s recap of her wedding on WeddingBee. Funny… Weddingbee keeps turning up in all my posts, I can’t help but love that blog!  :-)

Anyways, she placed little cards she made out on a table so guests could pick them up on their way out. The card had a web address were guests could go and share their pictures with everyone. What a great idea! Being that Mr. Knight is so tech savvy, this is the perfect route for us to go. Now… this is the part where I feel very unoriginal (oh where is your creativity Miss Gator?). I absolutely loved every detail of Mrs. Cupcake’s wedding (she is a graphic designer so her wedding was naturally AMAZING!). I made Mr. Knight and I’s cards very much like hers. Check them out ↓

picture cards copy

I totally feel like the master of getting the most out of our engagement pictures. Hey, they are awesome and we love them! We made them bookmark size through Overnight Prints. They were $14.95 (that included shipping) for 100 of them. They came glossy and super cute. I believe the site was having a 50% off sale when we ordered them (they practically have this sale constantly).

Overall these have become a cute and unexpected addition to our wedding. Plus they double as bookmarks! Hooray!