Senior Premium Album

You may remember about a month ago I shared about my new wedding albums.  And that I made a little promise that I’d share some photos of the new senior album the next week.  And then…I got busy!  Whoops.  But the time has finally come, and I’m so excited to share some sample photos of this gorgeous album!

I was so excited to find Red Tree Albums as my album company.  They have stunning craftsmanship that is unsurpassed in my opinion.  Plus, the cover material choices are absolutely gorgeous!  I am a huge fan of real silk, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to have this senior sample in beautiful aqua Japanese silk.

Just like the wedding album, the senior album has the same vibrant prints affixed to a full spread thick page, so it lays flat when you open the album.  It’s a true book binding that will last.

You can have your name imprinted on the cover in a few different fonts, as well as a photo cameo.  This is a great way to personalize your album!

Seniors and their parents often ask me what the most popular item is that I sell.  Without a doubt, it’s definitely my digital collection and assorted gift prints.  But my favorite item that I sell is the album.  Why?  Because it’s very high quality, you get a lot of photos laid out in a custom design, and it’s something that will last your entire life.  For families with multiple children or limited wall space, the first thing I recommend is an album!

When Hannah saw herself on the sample album, she actually got one too!  Hers will be a little bit different, but just as beautiful.  I’m so excited to hand off such a gorgeous heirloom quality product to my clients.

A peak at the sample leather and silks available for the senior album.

If you haven’t seen a sample yet, let me know!  It’s even better in person 🙂



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