There are people out there who pick one or two of their favorite wedding photos and print them up large to display on their wall...and then there's me. When it came to displaying my wedding photos, I couldn't pick just one - there was that precious first look...oh but what about ceremony kiss...and we can't forget the crowd-stopping vintage exit car! So what better way to tell the whole wedding story by creating a beautiful, mid-century modern floating glass display. Plus, I recycled the acrylic sheet from our welcome sign frame so it didn't cost much at all!
P.S. Ever wonder why I provide digital files and don't restrict your printing rights? Because this. I'm all about using creativity to find stunning new ways to enjoy and appreciate your photos!
DIY: Wide Mat Photo Frame
Does anyone else torture themselves by wandering through West Elm knowing that you'll never be able to justify spending that much on home decor yet still wanting everything in the store? I've always loved the look of a grand framed photo in our home, but didn't want to spend that much knowing how often my style changes. So instead, I DIY-ed a budget version that worked for my purpose! Maybe not the type of frame you'd want if you were looking to invest in something for years and years to come, but definitely a simple budget solution for those wanting that mid-century modern look.