|Photo Credit Kelly Guenther|
I came across this creative use of lucite cubes from Jane of All the Luck in the World via ohdeedoh.com. I love the idea of backing the frames with engagement & wedding photos, and then displaying meaningful items & details from the wedding, like your man's cufflinks or the antique prayer book you carried with your bouquet, in the cubes.
Ohdeedoh (courtesy of Stefani).
Pinhole Press offers many cute photo products, including this calendar above. They also have desktop and fridge versions. For the craftier (and Photoshop savvy) set, use Young House Love's adorable calendar template for a fridge-friendly DIY version - feature your photos as the header instead of the cute pre-loaded text.
Graham & Brown photo frame wallpaper. Display childhood photos, engagement shots, and include a sharpie for guest book notes. Or DIY your own board by using these cute fabric decal frames from Etsy shop tinchDesign Studio.
I love this idea of incorporating these charms by Designs by Tami into your bouquet. It's a great way to commemorate a loved one who has passed, and it's also a great item to make to pass along to future generations for their own wedding. Cross "something old" off the list for the next generation! Use a great engagement photo to create a charm and attach it, along with others, to your bouquet.