The Newlywed album included in your wedding day Collection is a 10 paged, 8x8 lay flat with a linen cover. Books may also be ordered a la carte. All orders can be upgraded at anytime during the proofing stage.
To place your album order, please email Aubrey at email@example.com!
The perfect book for everyday moments. The highest quality press print available, layflat binding, and fun cover choices help your stories live on.
The highest quality albums for your most treasured moments. These archival quality books will live on for generations.
Every product that goes out to my couples has been researched, scoured, and tested with our own family photos. I don't offer anything I wouldn't buy myself— which means my products are sourced from ethical, sustainable companies that treat our environment well. Materials, colors, and fabric choices abound, and I've taken the guesswork out of it for you (you can thank my anxiety for the incredible attention to detail— ha!) Choose what works best for you solely based on preference and budget, not quality.
BP offers two different types of heirloom albums: Fine Art albums and Lay Flat albums. Fine Art albums are handcrafted books you’ll want to pass down to your grandchildren, and their kids, and their kids' kids. These books are museum quality and need the white glove treatment. Think thick pages, timeless covers, and craftsmanship that will last for generations.
BP Lay Flat albums are perfect for everyday moments. This is the kid friendly version of a Fine Art album. Flat lays are the resistant-to-sticky-jam hands option. They're the best option for gift albums, too. With beautiful binding, gorgeous cover options, and high quality photo paper, these are best for albums that may see frequent use.
Both options are super customizable and perfect for getting your memories off your phone and into your life.
Keep everything safe and cozy in one place, but make it pretty. Cloud storage is also available on a month to month basis.
Whether you choose a Fine Art or a Layflat, you'll be preserving what were split second moments for a literal lifetime. To me, that's the closest thing to magic money can buy.