As you begin your new life and build a home together, likely you'll need some home furnishings and a few things to hang on your bare walls. If you're anything like the out-doorsy person that I am, I love to bring the outside in. For me that means I have a handful of gorgeous landscape artwork hanging in our home. Actually my love for the beauty of nature is the very thing that drew me to photography, so you'll often notice how I love to incorporate things like sunsets, castles and autumn color into my wedding photos. What if you could find a beautiful landscape art piece that just so happened to also incorporate an intimate moment captured between you and your husband on your wedding day? Fresh and frameless, your art can be displayed as one single image or a cluster of images.
Engagement photos are a great way to not only to celebrate your love in a fun, casual way but also to get to know your photographer a bit. Often however, after I've used two or three of your images to design your Save the Date cards, the rest of your photos become forgotten and unused. What better way to display your engagement photos than in your guest book? Not only will you be able to enjoy them but your guests will be able to see them displayed as they leave you notes of congratulations. And let's be realistic, if you have a guest book that only contains signatures, my guess is that you're not going to pull it off the shelf very often (like I never pull mine out!). But if you combine these signatures and notes from your friends and family with the memories of your engagement, you'll likely never even put it on the shelf because it's out on the coffee table to enjoy.
A Storybook Wedding Album is one of the best art pieces to have to relive the experiences of your day. Unlike a traditional photo album that has as many pictures as can be fit onto one page, placed in no particular order, the Storybook Wedding Album captures moments of an experience so you can see the story of that experience unfold in front of you on one page. Its moments like the one when you to walk down the aisle as you wiped tears from your face while your husband-to-be worked hard at hold back his that I carefully design in your album to tell these stories. You see, when I take photos, I actually shoot with your album in mind. So when we start taking Family Photos, I don't just click my shutter when everyone is all lined up and smiling at the camera. No, I'm capturing every second as your grandmother slowly walks up you, whispers something in your ear that makes you laugh and wraps her small arms around you, all before you get your "Family Portrait" taken. These are natural, sweet moments that you'll want to keep forever. I carefully design each album to tell your story in powerful and moving way. One of the best ways to relive your wedding day experiences is through a beautiful, storytelling art book.