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Your wedding photos are some of the most precious photos that you will have in your lifetime to cherish. It’s so important that you not only keep them safe but share them with your closest friends and family so they can enjoy them too! There are many ways you can share your wedding photos with others and so, today, I’ve put together a list of a few sites/apps you can use to send them out. Scroll down below for more!
If you want to send your family the direct gallery link, this is a great option too! This is good if you don’t mind others having all of your wedding photos.
Dropbox is one of my favorites when it comes to sharing photos. It is user-friendly and allows you to download all the wedding photos in the same quality they were uploaded.
Google photo is a site that just about everyone has already, making it super easy to send photos to other people. Be sure to check out Google photos as an option for sharing your wedding photos!
For those with iPhones or Apple products, sharing an iCloud link is great because you can send them right from your camera roll. An iCloud link is secure and perfect for sharing photos.
Saving your photos to a USB drive is something you should do when you get your photos either way. A USB drive will keep your photos safe and you can have them forever without the possibility of losing them.
“I was inspired to choose Sierra Dyer Co because her style is slightly whimsical, which I thought would be perfect for our wedding photos. During the ceremony, my mind of honor took my bouquet back to her seat by mistake. Sierra quickly went over to her and quietly directed her on the best way to navigate the situation and it was very much appreciated! It felt great to know that she was looking out for us and my guests. I also have minimal experience in front of the camera and I was nervous about posing to get the right shot. Sierra did a great job at talking me and my husband through different poses and we had a great time!”
-Jake + Samantha