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I enjoy slide shows. I think that in the middle of the reception it focuses the attention back on the bride and groom. And who can not love some embarrassing baby pictures of the newly weds?
May 2013 February Siggy: Invitations
I like the idea of framed photos. It's less "in your face" and the thought of a laptop, projector, and screen at a wedding is a huge turnoff to me.
Slideshows remind me of highschool graduations, and are boring for anyone not in the slideshow.
We had two framed pictures (11x14) as decoration on our "gift table" that we didn't want to look like a gift table, and that worked for us.
We're thinking of setting digital photo frames in a few places around the reception with photos of us at our many adventures. No one *has* to view them, but they're there for those who want to.
"We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love." -Robert Fulghum<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
When my cousin got married this summer, him and his (then FI) played a cute slideshow at the rehearsal dinner, which was great because it was all close family so everyone enjoyed it. My brother and his (then FI) played a slideshow for her deceased father at the reception, which was short and pretty moving because even though her father was not there, he was still honored in part of the day.