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In October 2014, while participating in a workshop led by famous wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis, we encountered a new type of wedding album made in Italy that was jaw-droppingly gorgeous and like nothing we had ever seen before. We simply had to start offering the new Digital Matted Albums by GraphiStudio to our clientele. Back […]

Way back in 2008, when we decided to completely revamp our album offerings, we went to a major tradeshow for wedding and portrait photographers in Las Vegas, and checked out every album company there. Our goal was to make sure that no one would have better albums than us. Our final choice was PictoBooks, out […]

Focal Point: Wall Art

March 12th, 2014

Here at Wallflower Photography, we’re all about giving our clients lots of ways to put their wedding photos and engagement portraits to good use. With weddings in particular, our wide range of top-notch, custom-designed Pictobooks albums is a major draw. Click here to see photos and read about many different albums we’ve created in a […]

While blogging a few days ago about Rachael and Steven’s wedding at the Washington State History Museum, I was reminded of several great candids that I captured of their daughter Peyton showing some emotion toward the end of their wedding ceremony. It got me to thinking about all the great photos of kids in weddings […]

A few days ago we featured highlights from Natalie and Nathan’s engagement portrait session at Tacoma’s Point Defiance Park here on the Wallflower Blog. For engaged couples, having an engagement portrait session is a great idea for two main reasons. The less obvious reason is to get used to working with your photographer, and your […]

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