Decorate Your Candy “Bar” with Photo Products
Brilliant Ideas for Buffets at Weddings and Other Celebrations
Putting together a sweet-filled buffet is a must for any wedding or family celebration - whether as a supplement to the classic afternoon teatime, as a dessert table after dinner, as a so-called candy “bar”, or even to serve midnight snacks. A trend that originated out of the US, the candy “bar” is becoming more and more popular at weddings. All it entails is a beautifully decorated table bedecked with candies, chocolates, and other sweets. You can make such a buffet more personalised and stylish by placing a photo display or digital photo in a beautiful frame next to all the delectable sweets.
Here you can display a beautiful photo of the bridal couple at their wedding celebration, a wedding photo of the grandparents when celebrating their golden wedding anniversary, a photo of the whole family at a birthday celebration, or just simply the menu. Make use of our various design templates to really let your creativity run wild.
Playful Style with an Old Picture Frame and Digital Photo
If your overall decorative style is playful and romantic and you like antique picture frames or perhaps you would like to craft your own picture frame, you can check out our blog Fotos fürs Leben and get some ideas on how to make your own beautiful picture frames (only available in German).
Search for a nice frame and print out your favourite picture or perhaps the menu card as a digital photo. We offer photo prints on premium photo paper in the formats 9, 10, 11, 13, and 20cm. They are of the upmost quality, can easily be ordered online with just a few clicks, and will be around for years to come. Depending on the size of the frame and the photo, there might be enough room left over for a passe-partout.
Special Wedding Guest Photos for the Guest Book
We’ll give you some creative ideas on how you can really showcase your wedding guests.
A Marriage Proposal on a Photo Puzzle
Brilliant inspirations for a one-of-a-kind and personalised marriage proposal in the form of a photo puzzle.