27 Unique Photo Display Ideas That Will Bring Your Memories To Life

For when ‘gram-worthy becomes wall-worthy.

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1. Use twine to create this modern geometric display.

Find out how to recreate the look here.

2. Transform a PVC pipe into a memento vase.

Get the full how-to here.

3. Bring your photos to the party by making DIY coasters.

Make this whole set for less than $1!

4. Make your party photos pop by creating a balloon chandelier.

Check it out here.

5. Use washi tape to add a fun and easy faux-frame.

6. Use wax paper to transfer your favorite photos onto wood.

Check it out here.

7. Turn clips and some string into an IRL Instagram page.

Get the full how-to here.

8. Turn your favorite ‘grams into resin-coated charms.

Get all the deets here.

9. Add a little rustic charm by dangling polaroids from a fallen branch.

Learn how to recreate the look here.

10. Maximize your display space by using framed room dividers.

Get the full tutorial on how to create this awesome chicken wire screen here.

11. Display travel photos pinned to locations on a map.

12. Or cut out your photos in the shapes of states themselves.

Be sure to make duplicates before cutting into original photos. Check out all the steps here.

13. Make 3D photo shapes.

Check out the full tutorial here.

14. Plus, you can pile the shapes in a pretty jar or vase for an easy centerpiece.

15. Turn your Instagrams into lavender or cedar sachets.

Transfer paper + fabric + delish smells. Get the how-to here.

16. Get the party started with this photo bunting.

 

Get the super-easy tutorial here.

17. Use a clipboard for easy photo switch-outs.

18. Or DIY a sturdier version.

 

Check it out here.

19. Decorate your fridge with mini polaroid magnets.

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Learn how to recreate this here.

20. Illuminate your favorite snapshots by pinning them to fairy lights.

Buy pre-lit clothespin strands, or DIY your own!

21. Or DIY your own unique photo lantern to brighten a room.

Find out how here.

22. Display photos in a vintage window frame.

Don’t have one? Find one on Etsy.

23. Transform flea market finds into antique photo treasures.

Via Better Homes and Gardens.

24. Turn embroidery hoops into a unique photo chandelier.

Find out more here.

25. Make an antique bicycle wheel your new pin board.

Buy one on Etsy or DIY your own.

26. Use old-timey bottles for a ~found object~ kind of feel.

Via Apartment Therapy

27. Or turn a mason jar into a vase with a little paint!

Learn how to do it here.

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/maitlandquitmeyer/unique-photo-display-ideas-that-will-bring-your-memories

Having Something Like This At Your Wedding Would Truly Make It A Magical Day.

Disney always releases interesting products for the sake of entertainment (and money, of course). So it’s no wonder they’re looking to cash in on girls who grew up singing along to every Ariel, Jasmine, and Belle song in the Disney catalog. And there’s no better way to do this than by finding a way into a $51 BILLION wedding industry in America.

Disney recently unveiled a cake mapping technology with the ability to make your cake the envy of every person in the room.

It will also make every eligible bachelor quiver with fear.

We hope you both live happily ever after.

Disney patented this technology in 2012, making the dreams of every girl possible.

(via Buzzfeed)

I don’t know if I would want to have a Disney wedding. I’m also aware that I wouldn’t have the final say as a groom. I suppose I could appreciate a Lion King cake if I had to.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/disney-cake/

Us Weekly First look: The Grey’s Anatomy ‘Calzona’ wedding full spread

The much buzz about upcoming wedding of reel life couple Calliope Torres and Arizona Robbins is hitting America’s television screens on May 5th at 9PM on ABC and we are all invited!

Us Weekly were on the scene during taping and gives us a first look; May 9 issue 847 appearing on pages 64-65 of the celebrity magazine.

Some interesting tidbits:

The location: The scenes were shot at the 150-acre Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, California.

The gowns: Jessica Capshaw glowed in Amsale’s $6,800 champagne silk organza trumpet gown. “I definitely got a say in the dress!” quips Capshaw. Sara Ramirez wore a conservative off-white $5,900 Kenneth Pool silk duchess satin gown. “It’s inspired by how Callie’s Catholic parents raised her,” Ramirez says.

The vows: A string quartet provided classical music, and Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) officiated.

Click here for the enlarged readable PDF version

Us Weekly with by Carolyn E Davis, with reporting by Wynter Mitchell | on newsstands May 9, 2011 | $3.99