sponsored by Parabo Press
See below how we made our wedding gallery wall display with Parabo Press square prints, and how you can make your own too!
Figure Out Your Design
We decided to use 3 large plywood boards (4 feet by 8 feet), divided into 3 categories of images: the bride’s life on one side, the groom’s life on the other, and images of our life so far together in the middle!
Choose Your Images & Order Online!
I loved using Parabo Press to print all our favourite images! Their square prints are affordable and printed on high-quality matte stock! You can choose to have the white border, or full bleed, or even add a gold foil border!
Layout Your Images in Your Chosen Design
We went to our local hardware store and bought 3 sheets of plywood. We were going for a more natural look so we kept the natural wood, but painting your backgrounds black or even one of your palette colours would look great too!
Tape off Your Borders, Measure The Spacing, & Tape The Images Down as You Go!
After laying out all the images how we wanted them, we made sure to measure out all the spacing. We put double sided tape on the back of the prints, and taped down 1 row at a time; I used my T-ruler to line up the edges of each row and double check the spacing as I went.
Remove Tape Guides & Add Custom Lettering or Signage!
You can add custom lettering in vinyl like we did, or just have the gallery wall speak for itself!
When we displayed them at the wedding reception, we added rugs underneath and propped the boards up with rocks and floral installations to add to our earthy aesthetic.
Afterwards, we put all the images in protective sleeves and added them to a 12×12″ memory album!
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