Ah, weddings. Weddings are so romantic; I always feel happy at anyone’s wedding. Two people starting a new life together…what could be more awesome? The love that exists simply exudes from the happy couple. There is a quote I especially like, and I think of it often at weddings. “What I need to live has been given to me by the earth. Why I need to live has been given to me by you.”
When I first saw some wedding portraits in the new, innovative Plexipics, I literally caught my breath…they were so lovely. The sparkle in the eyes of the bride and groom and the wonderful smiles of happiness were captured right there in front of me in the Illuminants. The clarity was remarkable. Until you see them for yourself, it’s hard to imagine how fantastic they are.
Weddings are so very special, and the wedding portraits that will be cherished for a lifetime deserve to be special, too. Not so long ago, canvas paintings were the only other option for a different look, and, yes, they are nice. But the look of the Plexipics is beyond nice. Plexipics, prints on plexiglass or acrylic, are the “new” canvas. They are modern, unique and contemporary; you can’t help but want them on your walls after your wedding. There is a three-dimensional look to them that brings the photo to life. They simply pop on the wall, especially when the light hits them.
There is a special process that is used to make the Plexipics. The photos are digitally enlarged, and then giclee printed as a reverse print on an acrylic sheet which then receives an acrylic backing and Image Floater hanging system. The result is nothing short of stunning.
They can be obtained in a large variety of sizes, as large as 48” x 96”, and there are multiple mounting options. Your wedding portraits will be beautiful for decades to come, as they are water and fade resistant.
Also, don’t worry if someone other than the official photographer snapped the best shot of your wedding day! Any digital photo will work and can be produced into a Plexipics at www.Plexipics.com.
How I wish this technology had been available for my wedding portraits!