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Wow such great ideas. Has anyone thought about using Flickr ? Its seems really simple. I was thinking about making a wedding account and handing out the password as suggested above.  Then changing the password after a couple of months. Has everyone been happy with there experience with Shutterfly? I am also from Canada and I think Shutterfly may be a US company :) Any suggestions would be great!
 

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Originally Posted by ArubaBrideEm View Post

Any suggestions for a good photo share site?  I am going to include a card with my gift bags encouraging everyone to post their pics when they get home.  I would like this site to be private to the public (so it won't show up in google searches...i.e. a password protected website.) Thanks everyone : )

 

We are using WikiAlbums and it is working really well. Our main concern was privacy and it is perfect with not showing up in any Google search. 

 

www.wikialbums.com

 

 

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Originally Posted by Candace Mark View Post

Wow such great ideas. Has anyone thought about using Flickr ? Its seems really simple. I was thinking about making a wedding account and handing out the password as suggested above.  Then changing the password after a couple of months. Has everyone been happy with there experience with Shutterfly? I am also from Canada and I think Shutterfly may be a US company :) Any suggestions would be great!
 

 

Flickr is great, but if you are looking for privacy it is not the best. Any comments or captions would show up in a Google search. I have a personal Shutterfly account, but I'm not really happy with the quality of the photos that I have recently purchased off of the site. They are really low quality color, etc. So I'll be uploading my photos to the Kodak site to order photos. 

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Originally Posted by emstypes View Post

 

I just created one for shutterfly as well.  I am putting the email address and password on a "postcard" that will be in the OOT bags for friends & family to use.  Like merrylee said, I'm going to change the password after a few months after the wedding so it's our personal account again.

Love this idea, I can't tell you all how happy I am that I found this site! LOVE all the great ideas!!!!

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Originally Posted by STAC8228 View Post

 

I'm using shutterfly, I created a email addrress & password just for the wedding to give out on photoshare cards, so they dont have to create an acct. also I think weddingturtle is a photo share, real basic & simple & they send you 100 free cards!!

I love this idea! 

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