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capture the magic of your story with a beautiful book of photographs


You put so much of yourself into planning a wedding...

When it's all over, amidst all the BUSY of life, the wedding day memories start to fade. Your wedding album remains steadfast, retelling the story of your day in perfect detail every time.

A wedding album is more than a collection of photographs, it's an heirloom — a bridge connecting generations and preserving a legacy. It's a reminder of your commitment and a symbol of your journey as a couple, and as a family.

Let's work together to preserve your memories!


Albums made easy:

I. Place your order.

In order to get started, we will select an album size and target page count. For an 8-10 hour wedding day, I suggest between 30 and 40 pages. Once I have your signed album design agreement and payment of a 50% design retainer, I'll put together a draft design to share with you. 

II. Fine-Tune Your design.

The draft design should get you ~90% of the way to an album you'll love. If needed, you can request changes like images to swap in, add, or remove. Three rounds of changes are included in the cost of the album - though one or two usually gets us there. We often make a few design changes when it comes to friends and family you want included since I'm not familiar with all your guests.

III. give your final approval.

Once you have approved the design, I'll retouch the album images, paying special attention to any requests you have! You'll give final approval on the retouched album, sign a final album agreement, and pay the outstanding balance before it goes to print.

Top Tips:

  • Get started within three to six months of your celebration - your emotions are still fresh, but you're far enough removed to be critical of which photos should make the final cut.
  • Consider creating duplicate albums for your parents — they make wonderful gifts!
  • If you decide to DIY, let me know. I'm happy to suggest a few book binders who work with non-professionals. But PLEASE get those photos out of the cloud and onto a page!