When we meet with couples over coffee for a wedding consultation, it is understandably a bit difficult to bring all the handmade items of thephotomakery so I am hoping the above images highlight those details, and what was featured in our booth at the #CincinnatiWeddingShowcase. Everything on display from the canvases on our pallet display wall to the small photo tags (pictured in the center) to the silk photo pillow and the images printed on vintage book pages were created using the images that we have photographed at weddings. The application of those images on fabric, paper craft, canvas or traditional images blends our love for photography and creating unique gifts. Additionally, we make photo cards, and photo transfers on wood and metal.
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These photo tags were a big hit at our recent wedding photography booth at Cincinnati Wedding Showcase. I wanted to share how you could use this for a #DIY as part of your wedding as they would make adorable place cards for a rehearsal or reception dinner. I tea-stained manilla tags which I purchased from Staples. As they were drying overnight, I took my 2.5 in. x 3.5 in. images & in Photoshop put them on an 11"x14" canvas, and had them printed out as color 11"x17"copies as I wanted plenty of room for a thick bleed. I trimmed the color copies and attached the images to the tags with archival adhesive. The finishing details were to tie off the string at the top, remove the reinforcement circle, and stamp the back with our logo.
The results were fun. Wouldn't this would be cute with the bride & groom's image, or engagement pix on one side and their new address on the other?
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Walking Pantone chart. Christian, fabric designer in my dreams, coffee addict, dog lover. Musician. Photographer not on tv, but in real life.