Here is an album I just finished for Emily & Karen’s wedding that was at Quonquont Farm this past summer. I loooooove vision art albums or you can say they look more like a book. Emily and Karen chose a gorgeous leather called cinnamon spice red, doesn’t that sound delicious? They also chose an embossing on the cover which can be in any font you like. I like to share these posts because even though I show my albums during a client interview, I’m sure a year later it is hard for couples to remember what I showed them. I also have couples I didn’t meet in person before their wedding but who want an album. The photos really show the style of this album but if you can’t tell the pages are much thinner then a traditional album. The pages are fine art paper which is flexible but is sturdy and won’t tear. So this album won’t take up too much space in your home but will be a classic album that will be cherished forever. The pages are printed in a matte photo style and the inks are super vibrant. Do you ever have a photograph on your computer screen and then have it print out to look duller then what you see on the screen? Well with these albums the color will pop and look quite identical to the screen colors. Having such thin pages also creates a seam in the center of the book that is quite flat and barely noticeable. Not only do they have durable leather options but they also offer photo covers, check out my post on that style: here. They also have sweet book cloths which I hope to get some samples of for my 2013 photographs. I custom design these albums myself. Having a background in Graphic Design really helps with working on album pages which can be like a puzzle. This album has about 180 photographs within its 46 pages. I always give couples a range of the number of photographs to choose and to keep in mind if they want large photos pick the lower number. Though with Emily and Karen’s album we ended up adding on some pages so the photos wouldn’t look cramped and too small. They were able to have all the awesome moments from their wedding brought to life and off the computer screen!