Frame Your Live Instagram Feeds for Eternity With Framebridge

Social media has become an important part of every wedding. Courtesy of social media, you can now get live updates from weddings of people you barely even know! Personalized hashtags, separate accounts, live feeds – these are just some ways a wedding is covered online. If you are a part of the happy couple, those digital feeds are highly valuable to you. And here’s a way to make all the clever and creative coverage last lifelong, not digitally, but physically!

Behind the Idea

Like wedding photographs, Instagram feeds and other digital uploads also capture the memorable moments of the special day. But unlike wedding photos, they get buried under millions of other uploads, and ultimately wait until you dig them out one significant day. Often, those feeds are comparatively more fun, creative, and playful than professional wedding photos, making them more relatable and closer to heart. Captured by friends and family, this digital record of your wedding is the one you probably want to keep forever. Now there is a service to help you do exactly that.

The Unique Service

Framebridge is an online custom framing service, which helps you preserve those fleeting moments you may otherwise forget with time and tide of digital data. This unique service frames your Instagram photos and personalizes them with names, dates, stickers, wedding hashtags, or anything and everything else your heart desires. There are also eight chic styles of frames to choose from. You just have to connect your Instagram account, select a photo from your feed, choose a frame, give the instructions, and then patiently wait for your personalized masterpiece to arrive, for as little as $39 and with free shipping. Just like that, your special day lives outside the confinement of your Instagram pages. This is also the perfect idea for an anniversary gift!

The Zola and Pantora Bridal Collaboration Is Body and Budget Inclusive

With more than two million couples getting married every year, Zola has decided to team up with Pantora Bridal to create inclusive wedding products for people from all over the world. Pantora Exclusive for Zola is the first wedding-wear collaboration, and its products are available at Zola’s Wedding Boutique, where clients can also find any other product for their big day. The launch was made up of seven celebratory looks that are now available in sizes that range from XS to XXL and go for around two to three hundred dollars.

The Wedding-wear Collaboration of Zola and Pantora Bridal Is Quite Inclusive

CEO and Co-Founder of Zola, Shan-Lyn Ma, stated that everyone involved was focused on creating the perfect assortment for couples who want to get married, regardless of their size, style, budget, or background. The outfits the new collaboration is putting out are also supposed to be timeless and can be worn at other events in addition to weddings.

The founder of Pantora Bridal, Andrea Pitter, also stands behind the line’s modern and feminine look. All of this proves that there actually is a perfect fit for every different body, budget, and wedding occasion. In addition to its inclusivity, the stunning collection also shines with its combination of classic silhouettes and modern textiles and details.

Andrea Pitter Designed the Exclusive Collection With Zola Couples In Mind

The Brooklyn-based Jamaican American designer Andrea Pitter had a lot of fun creating the exclusive collection for Zola. She said she appreciated how open the company was to introduce more flamboyant, flashy, and celebratory looks into their assortment. Still, the designer said Zola couples are usually hip, stylish, and modern people, and she had designed the exclusive collection with them in mind.

Andrea also had a bit of advice to give to couples who are shopping from this new collection. She said they should have fun with it and imagine themselves in the clothing as if they would wear it on events other than wedding days. According to her, the clothes can be perfect for bridal showers, birthdays, and other events and can even be repurposed.