ALBUMS STRAIGHT FROM THE RUNWAY
YOU’RE GOING TO LOVE SHOWING OFF YOUR IMAGES
The day comes and goes. The flowers wilt, the cake is eaten, and the tables are rolled away. You’re only left with your images from the day, and the last place they should land is in the top of the closet hidden behind your shoes. We shoot wedding images that are meant to be enjoyed and shared with friends and family.
Sharing and showing off your images in an incredible handmade album on your coffee table was always the intended destination for our work. We want to make your album a decorative fixture in your home. Match it to your interior styling, and showcase your image in a book that guests won’t be able to ignore.
ALBUM ANATOMY – QUALITY FROM COVER TO COVER
BUILT TO LAST FROM THE FINEST MATERIALS AVAILABLE
All the albums are made right here in the USA with a lifetime warranty. You can rest assured that your albums will stand the test of time to tell the story of your special day. Albums are extremely customizable with real quality leathers that are dyed and textured in-house. Our focus is quality. We want to deliver quality albums to our clients, because we believe our clientele demand it.
ALBUM OPTIONS AND ORDERING TIPS
DECIDE HOW YOU WANT TO RELIVE THE DAY. GO CLASSIC. GO FUNKY.
Choose from over 50 traditional and exotic leathers from around the world. Dyed,
stamped, even cowhide – there is a cover to accompany any design or decor style.
A FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER
Your new album will adorn the coffee table or bookshelf of your home, making it your new designer accessory. Choose a style and leather that works well for your interior design style.
CHOOSING THE SIZE
If you plan to put your album on a shelf or table, make sure it will fit the space. Most standard shelving do not accomodate 12×12 books, while larger sizes won’t be a problem for tables.
CHOOSING THE IMAGES
The book comes standard with 20 pages. It’s best if pages are given “air” to breath. We’ll want to feature some images, while leaving some detail shots smaller, but we’ll need room to make that type of dynamic layout.
1. Trying to squeeze too many images onto the pages will leave you with a crowded layout that is difficult to follow, and won’t allow the images to be displayed boldly.
Here’s what we recommend :
20 pages : 30-50 images.
40 pages : 60-100 images.
2. Choose images that are not only pleasing, but also tell a great story. For example, it’s often best practice to leave images of attendants walking down the aisle out of the book, but rather feature one larger portrait of your bridesmaids and groomsmen.