A Video Walkthrough of The Wedding Lens

1. Invite your guests to take lots of photos!

That should be easy! With 77% of Americans owning digital cameras today, most of your guests will be happily snapping away without even being asked!

2. Ask your guests to upload photos to your customized site

Invite your guests to upload their photos via e-mail. Don’t have your Uncle Joe’s email address? Then just direct them to your personalized URL with a memorable access code. We’ll even supply the mini reminder cards!

3. Share, organize, and comment on the photos

All of your guests will be able to upload full-resolution photos and videos into categorized sets (i.e. rehearsal dinner, ceremony, reception). Everyone will be able to see and comment on other photos taken by other guests! Is that photo a little unflattering? You can decide which photos are shared and which ones are not. The best part - your guests can enjoy sharing photos without ever having to register or become a member! No logins and passwords to remember!

4. Print and download your favorites

Premium Albums on The Wedding Lens allows you to download full-resolution photos to print with your own preferred online photo printer. Too busy to sort through all of them? We can also download the entire library onto a DVD for you!

Simple and fun to use!

The Wedding Lens is the only group sharing photo site specifically designed for weddings. Learn more about why hundreds of happy couples have loved using The Wedding Lens:


Your site is unbelievable. Over the weekend, I purchased a Photobucket Pro account and quickly discovered that my technically-inept relatives would never figure out how to upload photos into a group album there. After looking around The Wedding Lens and signing up for a free account, I upgraded to a premium account the same day. Within an hour of sending out my album invitations, my relatives had already uploaded dozens of pictures. The interface is very clean, simple, and easy to use. Great job!

Jeff and Wendy | Jensen Beach, FL

April 2010

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