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Display your wedding day forever

So, you have had your big day. It disappeared in a flash of love, romance, fun, a probably one to many cocktails. It was everything you dreamed it would ever be. The fun or stress of wedding planning is over, then you return from your honeymoon to see all of your wedding photographs. Seeing them all brings back memories of how fabulous your day was, now it’s time to find a way to display your most treasured images.

When I got married, I didn’t have a proper photographer, although now I really wish I did. We just didn’t have the budgets. However I have got some amazing images from some very talented photographers. As soon as I saw a black and white image of us both stood about to say our vows, I was in love with it. It’s been blown up and added to a large frame we were given for a wedding present. It has been in our living room on the wall ever since.

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Full your home with love

Now, have you thought about having a mural of your wedding day? one that covers a wall? Do you suddenly think, there is no way I would do that. Well, have you heard of Wallsauce.com? They offer made to measure wall murals, what a perfect way to having your wedding photographs always on display. I mean you pay so much for a fantastic photographer, why not have them no display for you to always enjoy?

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Wallsauce.com allows you to upload your favourite photos, which is perfect for newlyweds. You then choose your dimensions for the location your mural, choose if you would like just the wallpapers, including paste wallpapers or the peel and stick wallpaper. The peel and stick wallpaper, is brilliant for renal homes or if you was just wanting to have a large mural of your day for a few months as it’s so easy to remove.

With prices starting from just £26/m² and their very own designers on hand to offer you advise if needed, why not give Wallsauce.com a go and display your wedding day forever.

 

*This is a collaborative post. As always thoughts and opinions are my own.*