We specialize in customized wedding photo albums as well as engagement, fashion and boudoir books. Every year we design dozens of these remarkable pieces of personal art for our couples. Over the years as Canadian wedding photographers we got to create many hundreds of them, none of which are alike.
On this page, you will find selected examples of our wedding album designs. Every couple is unique, and so is their album and story. We invite you to take a closer look.
Personalized Photo Books
Our albums and photo selections are a joint effort of our photographers and clients. This amazing collaboration results in very personal and unique wedding books, designed explicitly for every couple. The books are editorial in style but can be planned traditionally. We masterfully retouch every picture, and each spread while conceptually arranging your most beautiful wedding photographs together.
The choices of album covers, types of paper, and accessories are vast, and we are proud to offer customization options to our couples based on the same mutual creative vision that makes these books unforgettable. All albums come with matching accessories and other surprises. We print our photo books with the world's best craftsmen in Verona, Italy, and Auckland, New Zealand.
Every couple should consider getting an album and then get it. Why? Because the story of your first day as a family is important for generations to come. Images on a USB are great to have, but technologies change so fast that in the future, these digital files may be inaccessible or forgotten. Your best photographs in an album can only compare with holding your memories in your hands. They carry more value than a USB key or an online gallery. Your wedding book will make your memories stronger keeping them close to your heart.
Plus, nothing beats a gorgeous book that you can show your kids, friends, and family. It also circles back to your ultimate form of wedding photography art – and its final presentation.
A photo book is a question not only of priorities but also traditions which began almost 180 years ago with the first wedding album of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.