5 Easy Ways To Collect Your Wedding Photos From Your Guests


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5 Easy Ways To Collect Your Wedding Photos From Your Guests

After the wedding is over, one of the difficult tasks is to collect the wedding photos from your guests. You have to constantly remind them to send you the pictures. While some send the pictures promptly, there are always a few who keep postponing. But, thanks to the advanced technologies, now you do not have to run behind each and every person asking for your wedding snaps. The technology has made photo-sharing easier and convenient for all.

So, let us have a look at a few tech-savvy ways through which you can collect your beautiful wedding pictures from every guest without chasing them down.

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#1. Flickr

Ways To Collect Photos From Your Wedding Guests

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Flickr is one great platform to share photos. Anyone can use this photo-sharing website. You simply have to create a group and ask your guests to upload the wedding pictures here. Once you sign up, you will get 1 TB (Terabytes) of free space to share and upload beautiful pictures all at one place. Moreover, you can even share the link of your album with all your friends and family members who do not use Flickr. Isn’t that great?

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#2. Pinterest

Ways To Collect Photos From Your Wedding Guests

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Yes, apart from looking for wedding ideas or any other thing, you can even save images on Pinterest. Just create a board and invite all your friends, family members and other guests to upload your wedding pictures here. They can share pictures with you, and can also write comments and save the pictures they want to keep with them. You can also share your board with anyone who does not use Pinterest.

#3. Instagram

Ways To Collect Photos From Your Wedding Guests
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Instagram is a fast and fun photo-sharing app, which your guests will love to use. Choose a wedding hashtag like #bigfatindianwedding or any other unique hashtag to upload the images on Instagram. However, before finalising your hashtag, do search for it to make sure that no one else has already used the same one. Once done, inform your guests about your hashtag and ask them to share their pictures there. You can even share your Instagram pics on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr if you want.

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#4. Wedding Apps

Ways To Collect Photos From Your Wedding Guests

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Another way of collecting, sharing, and managing wedding pictures is by using wedding apps. 'My Indian Wedding App' and 'Euphoriq' are two such free apps where you can ask your guests to share all the candid wedding moments, which they have captured through their lens. Guests can even leave comments on the pictures. What's more? After you create an account, you can even manage your guest list on these websites and share your story, function details and lots more.

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#5. Facebook

Ways To Collect Photos From Your Wedding Guests

Almost everyone uses Facebook these days, making it a great tool for collecting your wedding snaps. You can upload your pictures to your Facebook profile and ask your guests to do the same and tag you there. This way, you can create an album with all your pretty pictures in it. Or else, you can even create a group where all your invitees can upload their photographs. And, if you are worried about the privacy, then make your group private. You can even set your album settings to private. Again, this way only selected people can see the images.

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Apart from these, you can even ask your guests to mail the pictures to you, but honestly, attaching each and every image is a time consuming process, which no one likes. Even Dropbox is an option, but then not everyone knows how to use it. Your guests can even send you pictures via Whatsapp (or any other instant messaging app), but the quality of the images may not be that great. However, the above mentioned apps or methods are simple, hassle-free and user-friendly. So, without any delay, choose the right method to collect all the candid wedding pictures from your guests and savour the memories your whole life.

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