Seeing your photos on a computer screen can in no way compare to holding them in your hands bound in a beautiful leather album. It took me a while, but I’ve finally found a wedding album that I adore and I am so excited to offer to my amazing clients! I’m picky with what products I offer, I want to make sure they are products I absolutely love, that not only look beautiful, but are quality, heirloom pieces that will last you generations.
Check out some photos of my sample album- though photos just do not do it justice!
There is something to be said about holding one of your wedding photos in your hand for the first time. When you are staring at a computer screen, pursuing your photos quickly, that wonderful experience is lost.
I wanted to offer my clients a way to keep their photos other than on their computer. I want them to have more than just a gallery of images, I want them to have a family heirloom that they can pass down from generation to generation and fill with precious memories, not only from their wedding day, but other sweet life moments throughout the years. A keepsake that can be displayed proudly in their homes and looked at lovingly when they want to take a walk down memory lane.
I am beyond excited to introduce the Heirloom Keepsake Box.
These gorgeous, hand crafted boxes come filled with beautiful fine-art images of your wedding day. You can choose your favorite images to tell the story of your day!
These boxes come in a variety of beautiful stains- cedar, dark walnut, hand rubbed oil walnut and white washed northern ash.
The lids can be engraved with anything you want- anything from your names and wedding date to a quote or excerpt from a reading on your wedding day.
When you remove the lid you will find your photos neatly tucked inside, along with three nostalgia vials.
These vials are perfect for adding extra details from your day in the box and are great for adding to your wedding story. Examples include a snippet from your wedding dress, soil from the ground where you were married on, or dried flowers from your bouquet.
Along side the photos, other mementos you may with to keep inside your box could include your vows, love notes written to one another, your invitation, a small handkerchief you carried; the list goes on and on.
This is more than just a box. It’s constantly growing and changing with you throughout the years and is the perfect heirloom to pass down for generations!
I had the privilege of second shooting for the talented Tiffany Axtmann Photography at the beautiful Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts. The ceremony location is completely stunning, with views over looking vast expanses of trees and mountains. Gorgeous! These are just the images I snapped of the day with my edits. Check out Tiffany’s work for the actual images of the day!