Emily and Max were married in a beautiful DAR Constitution Hall wedding in Washington, DC this summer. Like so many couples over the past year, these two had to delay their event for a year, but were able to officially tie the knot last year in a private ceremony. They, of course, still wanted to be able to enjoy a big celebration, and did just that with the help of Brielle Davis Events in the O’Byrne Gallery at DAR. After dinner, they enjoy dancing and cocktails on the Portico overlooking the Washington Monument and all of DC.
One of my favorite things about getting to create a professional, handmade album for my clients is that I know they will have a printed piece of their day to enjoy for generations to come. In this digital age, it’s easy to look at your online gallery and share it with friends and family without every really printing your photos. Sure, you may end up adding one or two to your walls, but time goes by quickly and before you know it, the images are only being showcased online and may pop up on your Timehop from year to year. But instead, I urge all couples to invest in an heirloom album that they can break out any time they want to relive this special day.
I absolutely love all the selections that Emily & Max made when creating their stunning album. They selected the cream silk fabric which is my favorite for wedding albums. I also love the gold foil printing for their names and dates; a nod to their gold details from the wedding day. Finally, they upgraded their album to include additional images so they could truly tell the story from beginning to end. Enjoy a peek inside!
This is a professionally handmade, layflat album in Cream silk.