Every year we invest in beautiful Queensberry sample albums of recent weddings. When we meet with a new Bride and Groom going through our albums shows how we photograph and work together as a team and with our couples on a wedding day. From page to page we journey through an entire wedding day describing how we see the events unfolding and what we love about what we do. It is one of the best ways to determine if we are the photographers that you would love to document your wedding day; does our vision match how you want your day to be captured and do you want to share this occasion with the two of us?
We spend as much care and attention in creating an album as we do in capturing the photographs for it. For us the experience a couple has with us extends above and beyond the wedding to the relationship we build before and the service we deliver after. Giving a Bride and Groom their wedding album, their story complete, is when we feel satisfied that our role has been fulfilled and your memories not only preserved but set in a place to be cherished.
As much as we would love to we cant turn every one of the lovely weddings we photograph into a sample so we always think quite carefully when choosing our next studio album. We chose Louise and James’ Hyde Barn wedding we photographed in March this year to create a boutique 10 X 10 flushmount Queensberry album. With this album we wanted to show how in 65 attentively chosen images you can capture the essence of a wedding. Big is beautiful but small can be just as powerful. For some couples an album twice the size with triple the photographs is the perfect album but for a more intimate celebration an album of this size is a gorgeous and ideal recollection of the day. The album is finished with an elegant micro leather cover in eggshell and personalised with the date and names of our Bride and Groom in a white square motif with a stylish black edge. The brand manager of Google UK recently described this album to us as evoking a very ‘Jo Malone feel’, understated style and effortlessly chic, I think he’s quite right!