Engagement Season Calls For Canvas!

Spring weddings have come to a close which means engagement season is upon us! Not only are the holidays creeping closer, but loads of proposals happen during this time of year and record breaking engagements take place between mid-November and New Years Day! Families are gathered together, romance is in the air, and people are in the mood to unwrap pretty things like let’s say .. a diamond ring! No pressure fellas!

That special moment is something you’ll want to cherish forever and it’s a time in your life that should be documented! What better way to show off your excitement than with photos for all to see? We’ve all witnessed infamous engagement photos like a snapshot of the bride-to-be’s facial expression when she sees her friends and family showering her with congratulations, or the moment when tears fall down her face as he gets on one knee. Then there are the photos taken months later to send out with save the date cards. Whatever the case may be, you’ll want these memories to last a lifetime.

You can easily turn those photos in works of art by converting them to canvas prints! We’ve seen countless couples use Easy Canvas Prints to create photo on canvas prints to use as decoration in their homes, send as gifts to their parents (who we know from experience truly appreciate), or use at their own wedding receptions. It’s simple, easy, and affordable. You could even create a wall display for your own “nesting decor!”

Our suggestion is to use photos on canvas for reception decoration. The easiest thing to do is to set up a few of your favorite snapshots on a table next to your guest book. That way, your friends and family can get a glimpse of the glowing couple before they are officially announced Mr. and Mrs! We’ve also seen couples line their wedding aisle with photos that remind them of their journey together – ending with the moment she said “YES!”

Once it’s all said and done, you’ll probably want to remember the wedding too, right? We have hundreds of newlyweds who create custom canvases online after their nuptials are said and done. The ones that stand out the most to us have been the “I Do’s,” First Dance, Cake Cutting, and Honeymoon Sendoff!

CONTEST! Below are a few of our fan favorites! Comment letting us know how you’ve used photos to tell your love story and we’ll pick one lucky winner to receive a custom 16″x20″ canvas print!

ido Engagement Season Calls For Canvas!

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3 Responses to Engagement Season Calls For Canvas!

  1. Amy says:

    When my husband and I first married I took a large collage frame and in each spot I wrote down on pretty paper where we wanted to travel and what we wanted to experience. Over ten years we have filled in the frame with pictures from our travels. We only have 3 spots left to fill – all in Europe. Those adventures will have to stay empty a little longer as right now we are busy chasing after our one year old son.

  2. Kitty says:

    We’ve used our wedding photos from this past year to decorate our whole apartment. We have a few canvases, a few prints, and incorporated our love of travel into it as well. Our wedding photos were done in Paris, so we’ve incorporated our entire love story throughout our apartment with world clocks in the kitchen, and travel knick knacks and maps everywhere else. We are each other’s first loves, but traveling is our second!

  3. Shanna says:

    My wedding is planned for 8-2-14…my fiance and I are high school sweet hearts we meet when I moved to Indiana from TN and have portraits from the time we were 15yrs old until now and he is 31 and I am 30…I would love to have the portraits that we took in high school along with our engangment portraits put on canvas….

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