Day two back in reality and nothing is getting any easier. I am still completely in lala land, sorting through the hundreds of pictures of the weekend that I have been getting from friends and family. There is so much to write about, and yet I have no idea where to begin. So, I will tell you about the albums that I discovered before I left by Bridget Bullen.
I had always thought that rather than a traditional wedding album, I wanted to take our photographer's pictures and put something together that was a better representation of us. Something that would sit out on a coffee table, not buried underneath it. These albums will give me just the opportunity to do that! You can completely customize your book, picking your bookcloth and cover paper, even have it gold stamped with your names and date. And she uses archival paper made from 100 percent post-consumer waste manufactured in a low-emissions plant, which makes me feel all environmentally friendly.
I can't wait to get myself in gear to take the mountains of pictures and compile them into one place, that will be easily accessible and promise wonderful memories everytime I open it.
(photos from Bridget Bullen)