Charlene & Tom's Wedding Album
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A few weeks ago I visited the UK headquarters of one of the wedding album suppliers that I use, Graphistudio. I had met Jeremy the director at an event in Warwickshire earlier in the autumn, and he encouraged me to visit his office. He is so passionate about his job and the products that his company supply, and I find his enthusiasm infectious. So how could I resist his offer to visit, alongside other wedding photographers.
We were introduced to all of his staff, several of whom I had spoken to many times over the phone. It was brilliant to be able to meet them in a relaxed atmosphere, and be able to put names to faces. Jeremy, and another member of his team, gave us an excellent round up of the latest news and products available to professional wedding photographers. I was like a child in a sweet shop, there were so many awesome wedding albums available to drool over.
This reminded me that I wanted to report on another album that I handed over to happy clients recently, Charlene and Tom, from their wedding last year. They selected a Graphistudio 'Young Book' wedding album. This is an album with a soft paperback feel as the album cover, with quality photographic paper, and is protected in a presentation box. Without going into overdrive with all of the options available, of which Graphistudio claim there are currently over three million versions (!), Charlotte and Tom selected a sage grey coloured maple textured presentation box, matched with a cream ribbon. This matched their wedding colour theme from their wedding at Ansty Hall Hotel in Warwickshire.
Their wedding album looked stunning; it will stand the test of time, and be a priceless family heirloom. I can't wait to get designing the next wedding album, they are beautiful products, and of course bring back some incredible memories from a wedding day. Dates are filling up fast during the wedding season next year, so if you are still looking for a wedding photographer then don't delay. Have a great festive period everybody. Martin.
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