Wedding albums are something I believe really strongly about. If you doubt me at all, take a look at this entire blog post I dedicated to wedding albums. I think they are absolutely worth the investment to have your wedding day told in a professionally laid out storyboard of images–your images. It is one of the greatest tangible articles you can pass down through your generations. Think for just one moment how much you would treasure your great-grandparent’s wedding album. This is why I place so much value in them.
While I’ve talked about wedding albums a lot, what I’ve written very little about are engagement albums and I think it’s time to shed some light on these beauties as well.
Do I think it’s necessary to have an engagement signing album? Not as much so as a wedding album. However, I do think an engagement album is a stunning way to display your photos (these last professional ones before you are married) and the best kind of signing album you could have at your wedding. The end result is two beautiful albums: one of your engagement photos with well-wishes from your guests and one of your wedding day from start to finish. Together, they are the complete treasure book series of this particular time in your life.
If you are using your engagement album as your signing album at your wedding, I’ll be sure to design the album with lots of white space for people to sign.
These are the beautiful linen colors that you get to choose from your the cover. The album shown above is in “midnight” and I think it complements Liz’s beautiful eyes perfectly!
The Engagement Signing Album is an 8×8 album filled with 20 pages of your session images, designed in a way to leave room for signatures and comments. This album comes wrapped in a beautiful linen cover with the option to have one of your favorite photos inset in the cover.