Post # 1
Yay! Our e-session pictures came back. We flew back to Kansas to meet our photog for the first time and shoot in Kansas City. We ended up shooting most of the shots in an antique store. Neither of us would’ve guessed it would be so much fun!
Stupid question, but how is everyone planning to use the photos from their e-shoot? We’ll frame a couple, but is there anything else creative (aside from save the dates) that you can use them for?
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Post # 4
Those are so cute!! The photography is really awesome too!!
We’re going to make a guestbook with black pages (guests will use a silver pen to write with) and i’m going to print out black and white pics of our e-session & put them in the book with photo corners. we’ll probably frame a couple as well.
Post # 5
YOUR PICTURES ARE AMAZING!!!!!!! i love how FUN and artistic they are!!! Ours are on Monday – I totally trust our photography but I’m hoping we get some as original as yours!!!
we are going to use ours (depending if they come out ok) to make into a guest book. I have a massive coupon for a book making company (A and I books…I think http://www.aandibooks.com) and hope to make a photo book with some funny vows (“I vow to always give you the remote…”), and then that will be our guest book to sign at the wedding….
if they come out AMAZING, we might put one pic on every table 🙂
congrats – they look great!!!
Post # 6
Amazing!! I loooove the one where your hand is in his pocket <3
Post # 7
Thank you! 😀 It’s hard to tell in the picture where we’re walking down the aisle, but he’s actually dragging an ax behind him, but from that angle, it looks like a cane. 🙂 We have a really warped sense of humor.
Deepstation – That’s an awesome idea… We’re doing a B&W photobooth at the reception with the black paper and silver pen. i love the look and think it will be fun to read back through down the road.
Future – Can’t wait to see how yours turns out! Thank you so much for that website lead. I was looking for a place where you could really customize your own photobook, more so than snap fish. (Although, I do LOVE me some snapfish.) From what it looks like, they’ll actually let you upload design files to the website, which is so helpful!
Post # 9
I love your photos!
Side note: You can also use Blurb to make photo books 🙂
Post # 10
great photos! makes me wish we had done an e-session now 🙁
Post # 11
You girls are so helpful. I’ve never heard of either of those book-making sites and I really love that you have creative control over the final product. We just found out that our photographer would charge us +$800 for our wedding book, so I think I’m just going to make our own. (Don’t worry, I do freelance graphic design, so it might not look THAT bad… fingers crossed.) We’re paying for full usage rights to our photos, so at least I’ll have all the high-res images available.
We’re also doing another e-session with one of my bestfriends and bridesmaids. She’s offered to give us our engagement photos as her wedding gift to us, which is absolutely insane. (www.juliesoefer.com) We’re so excited because we were able to shoot in the Kansas City area, which is where the wedding will be, and also in Houston, which is where we live now and got engaged. Maybe I can do a mix of e-shoots in a blurb or a&i book.