I want to help you make sure that your kiddos have tangible memories to rummage through when they are older.
Good to know
The print lab I work with donates part of every single sale to Water.org. As if this wasn’t already a great reason to work with them, the papers used at this lab are amazing and I haven’t found any other labs that match the quality they deliver.
As products are sent to me, I repurpose packing materials when I send them to you. This means that I don’t wrap up products in pretty packages that would be thrown out anyway, which results in less trash pile up in landfills.
I specialize in putting together photo books that tell the story of your day. These are smooth satin covered 12×8 inch photo books with matte layflat pages.
Gallery style matted prints
Drawing inspiration from photo exhibits and galleries, I came up with two matted print options that showcase documentary family and newborn pictures beautifully. This way you can add your protected prints into a frame of your choice, and switch up styles if you ever decide to change your decor. If you are looking for a different size, we’ll figure that out!
9×6 print in a 16×16 mat
9×6 print in a 16×20 mat
Prints mounted onto a black board – a nice and sleek alternative to canvas prints.
The archival quality print options that my clients love are a matte photo paper, and a museum grade ultra smooth paper. The printing is done at a lab that uses an old school method of printing, and they guarantee that the prints don’t fade or yellow for a lifetime.
The matte photo paper is a bit thinner than the ultra matte, and the tone is a crisp cooler white. It suits homes well that have a monochrome black-and-white or a cool color scheme.
The ultrasmooth museum grade paper has a bit more texture, and is a warmer tone of white. They suit homes with warm tones best.