This Adriatica Village Engagement Session printed beautifully in the cameo engagement album. The flush mount album is a great way to feature highlights of the wedding for parents. Another use is to feature bridal portraits or engagement portraits in it. Use it as a wedding guest sign in book! The guests will enjoy browsing the couple’s engagement photos. Looking back through the book, the photos and signatures will evoke fond memories of the eventful wedding day!
Cover Options This album features a cameo window on the cover. The material is made of soft canvas and is available in many colors. For an upgraded look, materials such as leather or acrylic are cover options as well.
Foil and Deboss Mark the beauty of your memory with your names, date, or special verse on the spine or front cover of the album. Several fonts and colors are available.
Lay Flat Feature As one turns pages of the album, the book lays flat. The pages do not pop up and obstruct your viewing of the images.
Durability The album is well constructed. The pages are 1.1mm thick and lay flat. Each page is firm and has structure. Albums are constructed using book binding, creating a similar looking spine to library books.
Print Quality The images are printed to show their vibrancy. Rich colors and textures are preserved to show off your beautiful images.
Customize your album to suit your wedding colors and decor. Display this book on the entry table at the reception. Guests will love it!
The holidays are known for engagement season! Contact Jennifer to photograph your engagement announcement. Also, inquire about wedding offerings.
I had a wonderful time capturing the wedding of E and T. They were married at an adorable chapel in Denton. The greenery and woods surrounding it were perfect for natural light portraits.
We started with the “first look” between the bride and groom. It is a sweet time for them to calm their nerves before the hubbub of the wedding day. True emotions really prevail during this intimate time. I love seeing the bride and groom together during the first look.
Bridal party portraits before the wedding! What a fun crew.
What a special ceremony in a beautiful chapel. I captured these images from the balcony with my telephoto lens. I can take intimate portraits but still be far away to not distract from the beauty of the moment.
Wedding reception portraits are some of my favorites! The bride and groom have said their “I dos” and have eaten dinner. Their nerves are more relaxed!
The simple details of the wedding cake were perfect.
I love the brides choice in all the wedding details.
What a fun reception! The glow wands made it really fun to photograph. Also, the dj provided a live accompaniment during a song! That was a cool way to pump up the energy.
The private last dance is a special moment between the bride and groom. They can enjoy time to themselves after constant adrenaline rushes from earlier in the day.
Wedding exits are so fun! The energy is contagious! This couple used streamers that pop out of tubes for their wedding exit. This makes it easier to clean up! They are quite fun, because everyone gets a little tangled in them, including the bride and groom!
Other exits I have seen include sparklers, paper airplanes, and LED wands! So fun!
This past year I have had opportunities to work alongside talented photographers in capturing monumental wedding days! This wedding took place in Denton in December. The weather could not have been more perfect! Not too cold, no rain, no wind. It was just right!
This couple are both flight attendants. Their story is rather sweet in how they met through the airlines industry. Many of their guests work for airlines. These friendships are interesting, because many airline crews can live all over the country. United at this event, the guests had such a great time celebrating together!
The wedding exit was classic with paper airplanes! What a great idea! It brought childhood memories out of everyone!