After all of those holiday engagements, January is the time to start wedding planning. Before you lock down that venue, hire the photographer and book the band, be sure to find the closest Big Fake Wedding event near you!
Share-Your-Photos is thrilled to be the first ever National Event App Sponsor for the Big Fake Wedding—including all 25 of their events for 2017!
What is The Big Fake Wedding?
It’s a bridal show alternative complete with an emotional vow renewal ceremony, light bites and a dance-party reception. “Wedding guests” are brides- and grooms-to-be who get to truly experience the wedding vendors in action.
What events are lined up for 2017 so far?
Atlanta – January 26
Los Angeles – February 9
San Francisco – February 16
Nashville – March 16
Dallas – March 23
New York City – April 19
Charlotte – April 20
San Antonio – May 18
Chicago – June 29
And more to come soon!
How does the Share Your Photos App Make Weddings Even More Memorable?
Our app helps brides and grooms keep track of all the photos that were taken at the event. Of course, you’ll get your shots from your professional photographer, but instead of searching social media after the wedding to see the pictures your friends took, emailing relatives you saw snapping away, and texting friends to send the candid shot of you and your mom on the dance floor, you can have them all in one, easy-to-find place. Plus, you can keep the photos there forever for free, download and print your favorites, and even create a wedding album right from your smartphone.
Here’s How It Works, Step-by-Step:
- Simply download our free app and register.
- Create an “event” within the app and give it a unique event ID.
- Invite your wedding guests via email or text message and share your unique event ID with them. (Don’t forget to invite people who couldn’t make it, so they can enjoy all of the photos too!)
- Start viewing photos from guests, uploading your own, saving your favorites and creating prints to frame.
We can’t wait to help brides and grooms keep track of all the great photos their guests take at the wedding—and all the other events (including the rehearsal dinner, ceremony, bridal shower, bachelor party, and more).