During my initial consultation with my couples, I always make a point to ask them what their goals are for their photos. After the wedding is over, how do you want to look back and remember your day? For us, it was important to have the digital images from our wedding day, but it was even more critical that we have physical images that we can hold, share and admire on a more regular basis. We’ve framed some of our favorites to look at every day, but there’s something even more special about having an album that tells the whole story—the sentimental details, the emotion and the quirky moments that made our day so uniquely us.
It’s even more special knowing that our children will look through this very album—that they’ll see the whole story of our family and friends coming together in Mexico for a day filled with joy, happy tears and plenty of embarrassing dancing (those amazing photos that would never end up on our living room walls, but make me smile every time I see them). I can’t say enough good things about having a custom wedding album—I’m absolutely giddy.
Our photographs were taken by Stephanie Reeder out of Nashville.
This series from our first look and private vows are the perfect example of photos that I absolutely love to see again and again, but I would never put up on our walls for all to see. They feel more special inside the overall story in our book.
Married in Chicago says
Oh my gosh, what a beauty! Is it weird that I get excited about extra thick pages?
Definitely not weird! The thick pages were what drew me to this album company 🙂