While digital files give you the chance to archive your photos forever, I strongly believe that albums are the best way to showcase your photos and tell the story of your wedding day.
Think with me: the first thing you do when you see a friend’s album on the coffee table? You open it up, pore over every page, and relive the magic and beauty of the day. Even if you saw your friend’s disc of digital files, you wouldn’t beg her to pop them in and click through them on her computer.
This is why I’m so excited to offer these albums: they’re not just something pretty that will die a slow, horrible death on your computer; they are the perfection of your wedded bliss bottled beautifully for a treasured heirloom to be cherished forever.
We make this happen with:
The Finest Materials–in the world. I’ve searched high and low for albums I could feel proud to offer–and boy oh boy, do I ever! The rich Japanese silk fabrics will hold up no matter how many times you look through that gorgeous thing; the Italian nabuk leathers are super-soft and super durable–this isn’t your average plastic-y gag-me-slick leather. The pages are 2mm thick, with Fuji crystal archive paper and a coating to withstand sticky baby hands. 🙂 Lay-flat binding is micro-creased, which means it’s crafted to be the least noticeable–so your wedding story is told without interruption.
The other thing that makes these albums stand out and last forever:
Custom Design. I’m drawn to simple, ultra-clean design for the most beautiful way to display your images. I also offer completely customizable design with unlimited photo swaps with purchase of a wedding album.
But, Brooke, what do these designs look like? They sound pretty, but I wanna see! Here you are, my dear.
But, Brooke, I wanna see a FULL album design! All the photos in all the pages!
As you wish. See a full 20 page 10×8 album design here.
*All past wedding clients who didn’t have the option of purchasing a wedding album should have received an email from me about albums with a very, very special offer–if you are a past wedding client and didn’t receive such an email, let me know and I’ll send it on over!
*Many photos of the albums themselves are not mine. Photo credits clockwise from top: Claire Penn, Scott Vuocolo, Kim Hawkins, Ben Sasso, Sachin Khona, Carolina Photosmith, W&E Photography.
Interested in creating a fine art wedding album of your special day? Let’s talk about it.