Thank you Framebridge for partnering with Jacksonville Moms Blog and helping me fill my walls with beautiful pieces!
How many family photos do you have stored on your computer? How many amazing, close-to-professional-quality images are showcased on your Instagram account? How many times do you tell yourself, “I’m going to get these photos printed and framed”?
Moms Need Quick and Easy Everything
Booking a photo session–easy. Getting prepared for said photo session–not so easy. We buy new clothes, maybe make a hair appointment, attempt to not to break a sweat as you get the kids dressed and ready. Don’t forget about the actual financial investment of picture day….. all to keep those pictures stored away on a hard drive and maybe used for a single holiday card. We all want an easy solution that is quick and doesn’t cost a fortune. Let me tell you–Framebridge was a PLEASURE!
Framebridge makes what has typically been a frustrating and expensive process, accessible, easy, and beautiful. Whether it’s professional photos, Instagram pictures, art, textiles, a unique family heirloom–Framebridge is all about framing the things you love. This is a new way to custom frame!
The Framebridge website is straightforward and user-friendly. You simply upload your image and start flipping through the 30 plus frames available. You can even select whether you want your image matted or not (they offer a few cool matte options like gray and black for some frames).
And what about those pictures, artwork, and diplomas sitting in a box? Framebridge makes it super easy to mail in those treasured items that should be on display. During the online framing process, you are asked if you are framing an upload or using snail mail. If you chose to mail in, they will send you the perfect postage-paid packaging for your pieces!
What I Really Love About Framebridge
- Cost! Framing can be SO expensive. The frames range from $39-$159 and are based purely on the size of your art!
- Custom Frames! All frames are top to bottom custom, made to order by their team of talented artisans. Framebridge has a studio in Maryland and another in Kentucky, where the team builds each frame. They are the only online custom framing company that cares for your art from beginning to end.
- Design Services! Framebridge offers one-on-one design consultation through the Designers Choice feature and even have a custom gallery wall service (they’ll layout and mock up a gallery wall for you, for just $99!). The designer’s suggestions and support are free with every frame!
- FREE Shipping! Yes, free shipping, on all orders (even the biggest frames), all the time.
- 100% Happy Customer Guarantee. Sometimes we mess up, or accidently order the wrong thing. I’ll admit it–I did this. Framebridge made sure I had the right piece in the right size for no extra charge. Are you sold yet?
- Instagram Framed! I can see it now, an entire gallery wall of my favorite IG pics!
What I Got Framed
Just moving into a new house, I have SO MANY EMPTY WALLS. I knew I wanted two big prints from my last family session to hang up on a wall in my main kitchen/living area. I also wanted them to look more like art, so I chose the beautiful gallery frame. I’ve also been so looking forward to getting my workspace together, so I decided to try out a gallery wall with my favorite prints (and that awesome JMB team picture above). Take a look at these pictures that my friend Jamie from Couture Studios captured of my amazing pieces.
Even the packaging is adorable and just makes you happy when it arrives at your door! Inside they include a handwritten note and a very special nail to hang your art.
For my main living area, I uploaded these beautiful black and whites from my last photography session with 8.08. I chose the Irvine frame, well, because white.
And, finally, MY space…. while it’s far from complete, it’s feeling very inspirational.
I seriously cannot wait to get my next shipment of framed art from Framebridge. I definitely recommend this service–quick, easy, and pretty makes me happy! And of course, the FREE shipping. So…