Wedding Flashback: DIY Alphabet Photography

This post was originally published on February 16, 2009:

Some call it “alphabet photography,” some call it art-letters, and some just say, “What is that?” It is becoming an ever-growing popular gift, and as soon as I saw it, I knew I had to try it.


Everyone has seen the poster of the alphabet made with butterfly wings, like the one from Maybe that’s why I always wanted to be a teacher: I loved that poster! I just never thought of taking that idea one step further.

Now, you can go to a number of online sites where you can purchase prints of “found” letters in nature and the industrial world. Here are some examples:

As an amateur photographer myself, I knew that I wanted to somehow incorporate this into our wedding. I decided to then take some pictures and put together the last names of our ushers. Here’s an example of how it turned out:


As part of this, I started a collection of other letters, which I would be happy to put together for anyone else as well.

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1 Response to Wedding Flashback: DIY Alphabet Photography

  1. jessica redgate says:

    How did you put them together? Did you use some kind of software?

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