There are any number of ways you can go about commemorating your wedding after the big day (we’ve written about some new ideas, here) but one thing is certain: you’re going to need some quick and easy (and chic) way of framing your wedding photos. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite companies who make framing not only simple (so you have one less headache after all the work you already had to do planning!) but also fun, with tons of pretty options.
One of our all-time favorite companies for wedding photos (they have beautifully designed calendars, custom photo books with linen covers, and other great giftables, too) Artifact Uprising has some beautiful framing options. Our favorite are their new float frames whose brass bolts and modern design would be the perfect way to frame your most treasured wedding photo. Choose their largest size (42x30”) and have a photo of your wedding venue printed and put somewhere central as a statement piece. (Float frames, starting at $65, Artifact Uprising)
Framebridge is also a snap, and they have tons of frames and matting options. Our favorite frames are the Cairo (a burl wood frame) and the Carson (a clean gold frame). They also provide a free Designer's Choice option — customers can work with a team of trained designers to select the perfect frame and treatment for their artwork (especially helpful when you're sick of making decisions post-wedding planning!). ("Cairo" and "Carson" frames, both starting at $39, Framebridge)
Simply Framed is a great company to use if you have artwork or invitations from your wedding that you want to have framed. They handle all artwork with extreme care, and specialize in creating the right options for you, touting no more than five steps to make your decision making process that much easier. We love their Luxe silver frame, which puts a new spin on the clean metallic frame — silver feels both fresh and classic.("Luxe" silver frame, starting at $90, Simply Framed)
This company has an interesting origin story. It started as a frame shop in NYC in 1986, and the founders created Frameology in 2015 as they couldn’t find quite the right frames online anywhere else. Their frames are perfect for more traditional options and great for gifting to parents and other relatives, too.