At some point during my blog-surfing, I was introduced to the idea of a photo-sharing card to ask your guests to post their photos online at one central website so anyone and everyone can take a peek. I immediately bookmarked the idea, thinking it was an ingenious way to get our grubby little newlywed paws on our guests' photos to hold us over until the professional pictures become available and to give us an additional photographic perspective on the day's events.
I tasked BM K with the duty of finding a site that would work for us. I wanted a place that would allow easy uploads without downloading or installing any software, tons of storage space, and the ability to upload/print full-resolution photos. In no time, she delivered her official recommendation: Shutterfly. I took her at her word and decided Shutterfly would be the site for us.
After our positive experiences with VistaPrint with our save the dates, I decided that we'd disseminate our photo-sharing site information on a business card from VP. I'm not even going to try to fudge it and take any credit for the wording - I blatantly stole from Mrs. Cream Puff. In just a few minutes, I'd created our wedding-specific Gmail account for everyone to use, our photo-sharing site and designed our business cards to be sent off to the printer. They just came in the mail, so take a peek!
Do you have any experiences with wedding photo-sharing, either as a guest or a bride? How did it go?