Wedding Photo Apps

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  • Posted: 9 Jan 2018 6:13

    Wedding Photo Apps

    Has anyone used a photo app for their wedding? I’ve been looking at wedpics, but can you download from the app (i.e. onto my Mac)? and do guests have to take photos through the app itself, or can they upload using the app? Also found The Wedding Snap App, has anyone used that?

    Thank you in anticipation!

  • Posted: 11 Jan 2018 14:10

    Re: Wedding Photo Apps

    Hello, we used WedPics and then invited our guests through the app. Guests can upload pics onto the app via their phones/computer/camera. You can take pics through the app but I don’t think any of our guests did.

    You do have to pay a fee to download pics, I can’t remember the exact amount but I think it was discounted to about £28,(they offered the discount regularly). Once we paid guests too could have unlimited downloads without them having to also pay. It worked well for us. 

    Good luck with your planning.

     

  • Posted: 13 Feb 2018 14:59

    Re: Wedding Photo Apps

    I discovered an app called Scripin Weddings through a wedding fair last weekend, think we are going to use them as they are free to use and download the pictures! It's such a good idea. Good luck with the wedding planning!

  • Posted: 17 Feb 2018 9:25

    Re: Wedding Photo Apps

    We used Wedpics, it worked so well. You can create separate albums too, so we had our hen/stag partys in there, the ceremony and reception, and our honeymoon too!

    We printed little cards out so people could download the app using a QR code. I've also been to weddings where people using a specific instagram hashtag, or even create custom snapchat filters. Lots of ideas!

  • Posted: 20 Feb 2018 12:16

    Re: Wedding Photo Apps

    I've been looking into these as well. I've read that wedpics has the right to use your images however they want as they claim ownership which I'm not keen on. Wedbox is another one I've seen where you keep ownership of your images -  don't know anyone who has used this. With this you take photos with your phone and upload them to the app. I've just had a quick look at scripin that somebody mentions but that looks as though you have to take photos using the app rather than your own phone camera and uploading them later. I may be wrong as i say it was only a quick look at their website. That would mean people either having to download the app in advance or trying to do so on the day. My cousin just used instagram at his wedding (I think- mum wasn't sure but thinks that's what he told her) but I'm not that up to date with technology and don't have a clue how that would work.

    At the moment I'm leaning towards wedbox but I'm not sure. I'll keep looking for now. I'll also follow this post to see what others suggest - hope you don't mind. 

     

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