Guest post from Featured Pro Melissa Brewer of Melissa Brewer Photography:
As we all know, running a wedding photography business is no piece of cake. We stress and obsess about every detail of our businesses, but we do it because we truly care about our clients and their memories, right?
One of my biggest concerns has been wedding albums. Should I offer them? What print company should I use? I scoured brochure after brochure, and tried a few sample albums, but nothing really felt like the right fit. Until now.
I decided to give Artsy Couture a try after using their Custom USBs and loving them. As soon as the album arrived in its own custom keepsake box, I fell in love.
This album box is no flimsy, cheap trinket, either. This is an heirloom-worthy box, meant to be proudly displayed for years to come.
Inside, I saw the one feature where I said, “YES! This is my brand!”. Glowing, beautiful, gold leather wraps the album in a timeless yet chic way which you will be so excited to show off. I had to take it outside to really capture the beautiful sheen in the photo I’m sharing here with you.
The heavy weight pages, smooth Fuji Deep Matte paper, and genuine leather cover all come together to create the most amazing album, worthy of all of my clients’ wedding day memories!
I especially love how nice the layflat pages look. This 2-page spread of a large bridal party looks perfect without a huge crease distracting from the image, don’t you think?!
I’ve already begun showing my new sample album off to potential clients and current brides, and everyone agrees: Artsy Couture’s albums are one of a kind.
I’m so glad I’ve found Artsy Couture and that I can confidently offer these amazing albums to all of my wedding clients!
View my other Artsy Couture review and my wedding photography portfolio at www.melissabrewer.com.
1 thought on “Why I Choose Artsy: Melissa Brewer Photography”
Children and family sessions – Families go gaga over this alternative to an album. It’s affordable and avoids making them choose between only a few images to share. Sell to parents as a keepsake and as a gift for grandparents and other family members.
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