wedding album templates to easily suit any client

Wedding Album for PhotographersModern Finao Album for Wedding PhotographersToday's fan share comes from Megan of MegRuth Photo. She writes, "The Modern Family Album lends itself VERY well to customization. I added a beautiful design behind the images to help bring the entire book together. It's a great way to customize each album design to a specific couple. This wedding had a very vintage vibe and the filigree I used harkened back to an early 1900s feel. I could not believe how quickly the entire process went. The actions included in the template were easy to follow and gave me the opportunity to start and stop if I had a problem. The simplicity of the Modern Family Album is so great because it really lends itself to any type of event, and it looks amazing in this Finao ONE album.

I was able to finish this album in time for the bride and groom's short reunion in London while he is stationed there in the United States Air Force and she is in Las Vegas. It was a beautiful way for them to relive the day. She couldn't stop raving about the book!"

Thanks for the great share, Megan, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~




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