2010 is off to a wonderful start for The Studio B Photography! I spent a lot of time at the beginning of January preparing for the Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta, the first bridal show I ever participated in. My dear friend and former bride, Kristin came down from Charlotte, NC to help Matthew and I meet and greet all the wonderful girls that came to the show.
I even baked home made cookies for the occasion, and those of you who know me well know that I don’t cook. I bought wedding themed cookie cutters, with a bride, a groom, a wedding cake, and an engagement ring. Of course, once they were done baking…the wedding cakes looked like Christmas trees, the engagement rings looked like pineapples, and the bride and groom looked like Quasimodo and their heads kept falling off. No, I did not take pictures, so you’ll have to use your imagination.
We decorated the booth with a photo wall comprised of 18 20×20 square prints. A picture of our booth was featured on the show’s facebook page, and that is the only one I have. Once the brides started coming in, there was no stopping them and I spent all my time talking to them instead of taking pictures 🙂
One of the things we decided to do while at the show was give away free wedding photography to one lucky bride and groom. A few days after the show we picked a name out of a hat and the winners were Alisha and Brantley of Dublin, Georgia! They are the sweetest couple you’ll ever meet AND they met while going to school at Mercer University, just like Matthew and I! It was meant to be! We’re so excited to shoot their wedding this June in Dublin and know that it is going to be gorgeous!
Another one of the things we did at The Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta was debut several of our new albums. We showed a few of our classic albums and then I had one funky one that I had designed especially for the show. I thought it would be a great idea to have a whole blog post dedicated to pictures of the albums that we offer so that when brides are looking at our different wedding collections they can see the type of album they’d be getting.
The big momma! This is the 12×12 album and I love it!
It features a metal cameo on the front cover as well as a contrasting stripe for a little bit extra WOW factor.
The thick pages make sure that this album will be around for generations to come.
No need to worry about pictures getting damaged over time or falling out of an album. They are printed right on the page.
The album lies flat, which allows for uninterrupted panoramic layouts like these.
Next up is our 10×10 album, our standard album size.
Size comparison with the 12×12 album
The album trio that is offered in our wedding collections: 12×12, 10×10 and 8×8 parent album
Personalized spine imprinting
Up next: our awesomely distinctive glass album!
The frosted glass and the textured spine make this 8×20 album an
unforgettable way to display your favorite wedding pictures.
The glass cover lifts up to display the picture on the first page.
When you open up the album all the way, what was an 8×20 album
transforms into a dramatic 16×20 album.
After looking at all the albums, please keep in mind that these are just sample albums to give you ideas of some of the things that we can do. These are not the only album choices you have. Every album is completely customizable to make it uniquely yours. Let us know what you’re interested in and we’ll make it happen!