Lora: "I think it is quite a common problem among couples. We simply could not decide which photos we wanted to print. We were squabbling about it for so long that we had two children in the mean time."
Mark: "The problem was that I wanted the nice ones and Lora had insisted on the craziest candid photos only. This year we are celebrating our ten year anniversary, so we both agreed that the time had come to finally print our wedding pictures. And that’s how we decided to get a poster."
Mark: "I wanted to preserve the atmosphere of the whole day. I selected photos that captured the best moments of our wedding - the church, Lora in her white dress, our first dance, and unpacking the gifts."
Lora: "I don’t really like the traditional arranged wedding photos. I wanted to remember all those little moments which made me laugh or cry a bit – my sister catching the bouquet, my mom singing or Marek covered with wedding cake."
Mark: "It was the most convenient solution. No difficulties, frames for each picture or culling. The poster gave us space for 35 photos, so Lora and I selected our favorite ones, put it all together, and that was it."
Lora: "Another big advantage of the poster is its size – our kids are most likely to leave it alone unlike single photos which they love to destroy."