April 8, 2019

The Journal – Wedding Photo Album

Couples Family Inspiration Wedding

We recently got our studio sample for our new photo album and We. Are. In. Love!

We’ve always been advocates for printing your work. Both personal and professional, your photographs should be on display. We love looking through the photos from our own wedding and even have a wall dedicated to photographs of our family and friends.

As soon as our sample album arrived, I (Dewi) immediately started planning to have our wedding photos printed in a Journal.

The Journal comes in a soft leather wrap which isn’t attached to the album. From first glance, it’s beautiful and inviting. For the fellow nerds out there; it feels like receiving the diary from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The album itself is printed on archival cotton rag paper. The images have a matt finish and the edges of the pages are hand-torn. It’s like someone saw Fox & Bear, and designed an album just for us and our couples.

  • 100% archival acid-free natural white cotton paper.
  • 310gsm lay-flat pages have the perfect thickness and tight crease
  • Deep blacks and vivid colors thanks to archival pigment inks
  • Fully archival museum grade prints with colorfastness rated to 100+ years

If you’d like your own Journal just get in touch. We have them as a part of our wedding packages and can be purchased individually. They don’t have to be limited to weddings either. A Journal would make a fantastic keepsake for family memories.

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