Earlier this summer I wrote my first post on displaying and cherishing keepsakes from your wedding day, focusing on a homemade handkerchief that my mom made for me that I wanted to frame (see post here). For my second post in this series I focused on our beautiful photographs taken by the talented Paper Antler. I wanted to make a smaller, coffee table sized photo book for my parents as a thank-you gift and for a keepsake for them to have.
I got a small, classy album at Paper Source (it even has tissue in-between each page) and also purchased ivory photo corners. I printed off photos in both 4x6 and 5x7, putting them in order of the events of the day. I focused on pictures and moments that had to deal with my parents and siblings (and obviously my groom and I), to make it most meaningful for my parents. It was a complete success and my mom absolutely loved it! The price was reasonable and the time it took minimal. It would be a great project to do while watching a movie on a Saturday night!
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Photos by Preston Anderson