Here’s an interesting thought: Out of all the things you spend money on for your wedding, your wedding photos are the only thing that will increase in value. It’s not necessarily something you will think of at the time you are considering paying the florist, feeding all your guests and buying the perfect dress, but in years to come it will only really be the photos that have lasted and that you will treasure the most.
While digital photos are the easy way to store and share your wedding photos, a wedding album is still the best way to pull it all together as a finished story, and give you a tangible memento of your wedding day. Albums are bespoke, individually designed and made books of your unique day.
The main album I offer is the Storybook Wedding Album. A luxury, contemporary album, the Storybook is a fantastic way to display your photos in a modern layout with a superior finish. Images are photographically printed flush on the thick card pages which open up to flat double page spreads. Layouts are ‘magazine style’ which allows a mixture of full page prints and smaller photos perfect for a ’storytelling’ style of album including all your little details. Choose from covers in faux and real leather with embossed names and the acrylic photo front as shown on my sample here. The album is presented in a velvet lined presentation box which will keep it safe for many years to come.
My sample is a 40 page 12×12″ Storybook album with Acrylic photo cover and faux leather backing. It features Sarah & Tom’s colourful Tipi Wedding
You can also choose to add Parent Books to your package. These small duplicate versions of your main album make lovely gifts.
Storybook Wedding Album- Amy Wass Photography
Tom and Sarah were married on a scorching May day in a little village outside of Salisbury, with a country church ceremony and amazing Tipi wedding reception. Sarah’s parents turned over their home and garden to the wedding, and I joined the bride and a house full of bridesmaids and family getting ready that morning, while outside caterers and florists put the finishing touches to the Tipi erected in the field out back. Everything looked so pretty in the sunshine, with such unique and colourful flowers, and the tree decorated with ribbons was so simply done but really one of my favourite features.
Just up the road, guests were arriving at the pretty village church in Stratford sub-castle, greeting Tom and his family. It was such a warm sunny day Sarah was able to walk to the church with her father and entourage of navy blue bridesmaids, and arrived with locals looking on and waving good luck. After the service everyone walked back down through the village and joined the happy couple for drinks in the garden before sitting down for the wedding breakfast in the stunning Tipi. The house is set in a most beautiful location overlooking old Sarum and so as guests were seated we were able to sneak away for some photos in the fields and garden. Into the evening, the lanterns, candles and firepit were lit and everyone partied hard to one of the best wedding bands I’ve seen so far. (I’d recommend them but I confess I cannot remember their name, so remind me if you are reading this!)
Here’s how it went down…
Wiltshire Wedding Photographer Amy Wass- available for wedding photography in Salisbury and Wiltshire. Especially awesome ones like this 😉