It’s been a while since I’ve posted any of my wedding albums so while my 18 week lab puppy keeps me up on this rainy night, I thought it would be a productive way to spend my time. Bokeh, my little bundle of joy, can be quite a pistol so I’ll just glare across the room at her while writing this post. It’s hard to stay mad at her for long though, just look at that face!
Let’s start with a couple of two tone albums from my favorite company, Finao. With dozens of cover options to choose from, they are definitely my favorite album vendor! Albums are so important to my clients because they don’t want their pretty pictures living in a drawer and it hurts me to even think about it! There is nothing more satisfying that seeing your beautiful wedding images in print whether it’s in a gorgeous album, a framed print, or on a breath taking canvas. Trust me when I say, it beats a DVD living in a desk drawer!
Next is a hot red glamour cover for something a little more vibrant and unique. The thick pages and lay flat design are what I love most about these albums.
A more conservative and elegant look is the basic black.
More elegance through simplicity. This 12×12 album of Yelena and Hector’s wedding is beyond gorgeous. This is a sample album and most clients get their name engraved on the cover in gold or silver.
Photographers, if you don’t send the wedding vendors a thank you note along with a vendor DVD or a Coffee Table Album, you should. Vendors can not only become real friends but they can also refer business to you. Always keep it real but it doesn’t hurt to remember that we are all in this together and professional courtesies go a long way. This coffee table book was for one of my favorite venues, Cross CReek Ranch