I thought this would be a different kind of blog post, one that plants a different kind of thinking toward your wedding photography. You see, when most couples meet with a wedding photographer, they are typically thinking about more immediate things such as wedding albums and receiving all the images at full resolution on disc. But what about how your wedding photography will look around your house after the wedding? Are their certain areas in your home where a nice collection of images could hang? Wouldn’t that be nice?
That’s why we offer a print certificate in all of our levels of service. This way, in addition to having the images at full resolution on disc, you also have the ability to purchase actual prints at no additional cost to you. We are firm believers that if you hire a wedding photographer, you should receive actual wedding photographs – not just the digital files.
Erin and Ron were married at The Abernethy Center on September 14, 2008. I remember their wedding vividly. It started off at a bar with the guys catching a Lions/Packers game and ended with one of the funniest departures from a wedding I have ever seen. Let’s just say that wearing bicycle helmets while riding off in a convertible is quite hilarious. Well, Erin contacted me by email today to order a gorgeous 16×24 Canvas Wrap along with a handful of prints. As part of her print order, she chose 2 very special images and left instructions on how she planned to hang them on the wall. She wants to create a little wedding diptych of the moment the two of them read their vows to each other. I absolutely LOVE this idea and wanted to share it with all of you.