CLIENT EDUCATION: How My Galleries are Delivered

January 2, 2019

One of the most common questions potential wedding clients ask is, “how will we receive our wedding day images?”

Which is why I put this post together! I want to show my potential brides and grooms all exactly how my clients receive their images!

First, I do utilize online galleries that feature all of my brides and grooms edited wedding day imagery.

The galleries contain all high-resolution images, which are perfect for creating prints + albums. I organize the images into mini-albums from your wedding day. Typically, the albums begin with bride + groom prep, and carry through to the end of the reception. Pixiset is the online platform I utilize to create these galleries if you’d like to learn more!

We live in such a digital world, but I truly believe in also gifting my clients with something tangible. For this reason, I create custom photo-boxes for each one of my couples. Included inside the photo-box is around 20 of my favorite images from the wedding day in print form, and an heirloom rose-gold USB that contains all of their wedding day images.

I love the way these photo-boxes look, and it’s such a perfect way to store your keepsakes.

The photo-boxes are made of glass with rose-gold metal edging. They even have a little lock clasp for the lid. I’m someone who has an appreciation for quality, especially when it’s been handmade. The hand-painted lettering of your new last name is one of my favorite details!

The photo-boxes hold 4×6 images perfectly. I typically print my images for these photo-boxes on Matte card stock. The matte card stock gives a timeless film look to your portraits.

I do offer additional purchase options for prints, albums, USB’s, and extra photo-boxes for those clients that may want to order them for either themselves or as gifts friends and family members. Just ask and I’m happy to show you all of your options! Xx -Lia