Boston & New England Wedding Photographer Deborah Zoe

Boston & North Shore Wedding Photographer creating timeless imagery for classic New England weddings with a fine art approach.

What To Do With Your Images

Today marks the end of a month long planning series to help couples plan and prepare for the big day. We've covered topics ranging from family formals to flowers, first look to getting ready. Let's pretend then that you're married, the planning is over -- now what? Today I'm sharing a few ideas on what do with all the images you've now received. 

I know the tendency following the wedding day can be to simply access your images, download them to your computer and maybe upload them to social media. But then you're busy, life moves on and nothing becomes of your images other than pixels on a screen. These are your memories and a representation of the legacy you are creating together and I believe strongly that these images deserve to be preserved and curated into tangible heirlooms, to be enjoyed and shared with loved ones. 

Here are just a few ideas on what do with your images following the wedding day :






The Signature Album is a leather or linen bound album featuring a lay-flat design and includes custom lettering on the cover. This 10x10 album includes up to 30 pages with your images curated into a uniquely designed presentation of your wedding day. Add on’s include additional pages, a cover image and upgraded size. 













The Heirloom Folio is a beautiful matted print folio that can be displayed on your bookshelf or throughout your home. The Folio includes 2, 3, or 4 matted prints of your favorite images in either 5x7 print sizes. The Folio features a soft linen cover and museum quality mats. 








The Frame Collection is a collection of museum quality framed prints, ready to hang artwork for your home. Display your favorite wedding images in a thoughtfully curated frame collection available in a variety of sizes. Choose from a collage of 3, 4 or 6 frame galleries.