How To Capture Family Memories

Do you remember all the fun memories from your last family trip? What about all those picture-perfect moments that you never want to forget? What if there was a way that you could not only capture them but keep them in your memory bank forever? The good news is that there is a way never to forget your travels or memories from those travels. 

How To Capture Family Memories

The even better news is that you have options on how to make that happen. With photo books and more, you can easily keep your memories in one easy-to-use location. 

Are you ready to have your memories at your fingertips anytime you want? It’s the perfect way to keep all your pictures close to your heart at all times. 

How To Capture Family Memories 

Having pictures of loved ones is truly priceless, but how many of us have pictures on our phones or cameras literally sit there, capturing dust. I know that I’m guilty of it, and it drives me crazy. I’ve created such a mental block on getting them from the electronic to my house that it literally never happens. 

But now that I know how to make it happen, I can’t wait to have all my favourite photos on display for all to see. 

Line your shelves with photobooks

I LOVE photobooks. They’re literally like a storybook of your life. In one simple cover-to-cover book, all the photos from your family gatherings and family trips are there. There’s no digging through boxes or having to scrapbook anything to have it showcased nicely.

Photobooks take the family memories and bind them perfectly for the world to see. Then all you have to do is have them sitting on the shelf or top of the coffee table for anyone to pick up and enjoy. They’re so much fun to flip through as you’re enjoying your morning cup of coffee and are a great reminder of how much fun that event was in your life. 

Create beautiful wall art

Lining your walls with memories of your family and friends is how you truly create a home. If you have a favourite picture of someone, why wouldn’t you want to let it shine? The great part about canvas prints from Bonusprint is that they can be done in a wide variety of sizes to fit the size of the room—such a simple way to have lovely wall art that is also special to you. 

Give your house some pops of posters

You’re never too old for posters! And if you have a stunning shot from your travels, why not blow it up to poster size and display it in the room? This is a great way to have a beautiful landscape or show off your awesome photography skills. 

Posters can take a plain Jane room and easily turn it into something magical and inviting. Not to mention, posters are just an awesome focal point for houses and rooms, too. 

Now that you know how easy it can be to display your memories around your house, it’s time to decide the best route to take. Or better yet, why not try all three? The great part about filling your home with memories is that it fills your home with love, too. 

There is space in every room in your house to add in some extra love. From fun photo books to canvas prints on the wall, why not keep these lovely memories alive? The kids and everyone in the house will get such a kick out of seeing the pictures, and they’re a great reminder of so many fun times and love. 

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8 Comments

  • MELANIE EDJOURIAN

    May 13 at 5:55 pm

    It’s so lovely when you see gorgeous family photos on display. I agree, putting posters up in a room can really liven the room up.

    1. Sabina Green

      May 15 at 8:24 pm

      It makes a house feel like I home x

  • Issy joslin

    May 16 at 9:14 am

    This is such a great idea, I have thousands of family photos, but they are just sat on my phone! Love this way to capture family memories

    1. Sabina Green

      May 16 at 8:24 pm

      It’s so easy to leave them on your phones and forget about them, but it’s so much better to do something memorable with them.

  • Helen Copson

    May 17 at 10:27 am

    These are such great ideas. I love having photos on the walls, and we have a few canvases too. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

    1. Sabina Green

      May 18 at 10:15 am

      You’re welcome; I’m pleased you enjoyed the post. I love photographs, especially when I find old ones and can reminisce.

  • Mudpie Fridays

    May 20 at 7:23 am

    I really need to make a photo book of last year. As even in lockdown we made some wonderful family memories. Thanks for the nudge! I am definitely guilty of taking lots of photos and not doing anything with them

    1. Sabina Green

      May 26 at 9:22 pm

      I made a few photobooks last year, it’s nice to remember that it wasn’t all bad.

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