I love creating albums that tell the story of your wedding day through photos. Most collections include an album credit that can be put towards your choice of album or book.
Albums start at $1500 a la carte for a simple 9.5×9.5 fine art book with thirty pages and a photowrap cover. Flush mount albums, bound in leather, linen, or silk, start at $2000 and feature thick pages and archival printing on the finest photographic paper available, Fuji Archival Crystal paper. Luxe albums, featuring premium leather and specialty covers such as acrylic and printed metal, begin at $2500 and are available in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Parent albums make a great thank you gift, and are available as exact duplicates of your main album design. They are usually smaller versions of the main album, with thinner pages and a choice of press-printing (standard) or photographic printing (upgraded). The images above show a 10×10 signature flush mount album in oatmeal linen, with a matching 10×10 upgraded parent album with photographic printing. Below is an 11×14 luxe album bound in chocolate brown leather and featuring an acrylic photo cover.
The album below is a 10×10 signature flush mount album in black leather with a page upgrade (40 pages instead of the standard 30 pages) and raised lettering. Raised lettering can be used to highlight your names, or wedding date, and gives a subtle, modern, luxe feel to your wedding album
The following album is a 10×10 signature flush mount album with 30 pages (15 spreads) with upgraded white Gramercy leather and raised lettering:
This album is also a signature flush mount album, but in a modern 8×12 horizontal size. The cover is a gorgeous silk shantung in midnight blue. It is rich and textured, meaning it feels as good as it looks. The horizontal style is a great fit for my style of photography and it makes for wonderful spreads with a feature image full bleed on one side, with supporting images or details on the other. This style does not translate quite as well to the parent book size though, so I generally only recommend it when matching parent books are not purchased.