If you’re wondering how to share photos from an event with a large group, particularly for a wedding, you’ve come to the right place!
We all take photos and selfies, especially when we’re all dressed up as wedding guests. Weddings have so many details to snap and fun to share!
But have you ever taken pictures at a wedding and wanted to share them?
At first, you do it for the ‘gram.
And then… you want to pin it, tweet it, Snapchat it, put it on Tiktok, and share it on Facebook.
Whew. Since when did trying to share wedding photos get so complicated?
Sharing photos should be fun and easy… not time-consuming. And here’s another dilemma: what if you just want to share photos from a wedding without blasting them all over the internet?
Share Photos Without Social Media Platforms
Some married couples, especially when keeping a small guest list for the wedding, prefer to keep their photos from being shared all over social media. But they still want to see pictures their guests take… just perhaps not shared all over social media.
Here’s the solution!
Use LiveShare to Share Photos With a Large Group from An Event
You can easily use LiveShare to share photos from an event with a group, large or small.
It is easy to use, straightforward, and you don’t need social media. You don’t even need to download an app!
You don’t need to be tech-savvy, either.
There is no hashtag to try to spell correctly.
No silly dance craze to master, an app to download, or new social media presence to follow and learn.
Sound good? That’s what we think, too!
The bottom line: LiveShare is the best way to share photos from an event with a large group.
Share Picture Online with Family and Friends
You can share photos online with family and friends — guests from your wedding or bridal shower, for instance — and view them in one place.
Here’s how it works and why it is the best way to share photos after an event, during, and before. (Yes, it’s that good.)
Without an app to download, you are instead given a simple link upon signup here.
This link can be turned into a QR code and printed onto a sign for guests to snap and upload photos to — instantly — and in real-time during your event. In addition, you can use it to share photos with family after the event and enjoy seeing all the photos EVERYONE took throughout the celebration.
Display Photos DURING An Event
Picture this: you’re getting your hair and makeup done, and you’re excitedly awaiting your wedding day ahead.
You are wondering what other people are doing to get ready, whether guests are checking into their hotel rooms or exploring the town, getting ready and heading to the chapel, and reuniting with family they haven’t seen in too long.
Instead of wondering about it, you can actually see it happening in real-time.
You can display photos from the event during the event itself, live, on a screen at your reception.
LiveShare gives you the ability to share photos in a group AFTER an event — but also DURING the event, in real-time, as it happens.
And yes, you can also share photos BEFORE an event. Here’s why!
Share Photos with a Large Group BEFORE an Event
Why would you share photos with family BEFORE the event? To surprise the couple! This feature allows guests to create a surprise slideshow for the couple, uploading favorite snaps of themselves with the bride/groom from past memories leading up to the wedding using your LiveShare link.
Then, at the wedding reception, your photos stream live on a screen, and guests can visualize how everyone present plays a role in your life, and how everyone is connected. This is a unique touch for your reception that you won’t find anywhere else in such a direct, easy-to-use way.
The Best Way to Share Photos With a Large Group
If you have LiveShare, sharing photos with a large group after an event is so easy: before, during, and after the event. Just click and upload. It really is that simple.
You’ll get to see all the fun, candid, wild, crazy, and sweet snapshots that were captured by guests.
Before this technology began, many photos just went by the wayside. They were never uploaded, shared, or hashtagged. Think about all of the great photos you have taken yourself that forever stayed on a digital photo card or on your Smartphone and no one has ever — or will ever — get to see them.
Have fun sharing those photos! I wish this was around when I got married.