One of our favorite things to do as wedding photographers is design Flush Mount Albums. There is always a feeling of accomplishment when we finish the last design detail, send the layouts to the binder, and receive the final product. After all, an album is really the last wedding detail on which the couple will work after the big day is over. The album will remain in the newly formed family for years to come; preserving the memories of the wedding day forever.
Flush Mount Albums are an amazingly creative way to display wedding photos. The album’s free-flowing designs show off images artistically and sequentially with simplicity and elegance. We design each album from scratch arranging images in unique ways to reflect each couple’s style and personality. To accomplish the task of smooth storytelling and true wedding day reflections, we use various styling techniques in our designs; including close details, background imaging, and color variations.
Here are a few of our more recent works of album-art.
Katy and Dave’s album is a 10×10″ creation. The couple chose blue as the wedding color, and we were able to incorporate blue throughout the album. The album features a navy blue cover with a center cut-out and silver name and date imprinting.
The featuring of blue continues through the album as we use pops of color throughout the page designs. This album also features silver gilding on the outside of its square-shaped pages. Gilding adds a beautiful finish to the pages on the outside of the album.
Sometimes turning all the images on one spread to black and white creates a feel of true candidness making the action on the page seem more like a documentary. Here is one example of such storytelling technique shown on Katy’s wedding preparations page.