Today we have an adorable idea for a one year party guest book! Chris of Chris Cornwell Photography shares, "When I was planning my baby boy's first birthday party, I knew I wanted something different for guests to sign in. I've had the ABC Book templates for a while and have used several elements from it but the opportunity finally came along to use it almost entirely. I created an album showcasing monthly photos of him from newborn to his first year. I left the '1st year' box blank to add a photo later and also a couple of blank pages to insert party pictures. Because it's a guest book, I created a couple of pages of just letters for guests to 'describe' him with the corresponding letter and also write in a message. It was great to see how he's grown in this album. Everyone loved it!! The template is simple to use and perfect for a baby or child. Guests loved thumbing through pages.. seeing how he has grown/ changed. We still can't believe he is one!"
Thanks so much for sharing Chris! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!
From the shop: This sprightly portfolio from Design Aglow is not only the one we use for our studio to showcase our children's photography, but will bring back the fun””minus the nap time. Creating the book is as easy as, well, XYZ, with this fully automatic action and template combination. Show off images as a colorful, upbeat and original presentation.
• Photographer's portfolio
• Adorable client album
• Studio marketing
• Card or postcard (one page), a tri-fold card (three or more), or more for a studio brochure
• Remove all text for a clean, simple album
• Show one letter at a time for a DVD slideshow product
• Frame several letters for a wall display
Hi! Tell us a little bit about yourself. How long have you been practicing photography professionally? What was your road like to becoming a photographer?
Hi friends! My name is Alicia from Alicia Lucia Photography. I am approaching my fifth wedding season as a photographer and while my path to becoming a photographer wasn’t always an easy one, I knew in my heart that I was always meant to do exactly this!
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