Introducing our Love•n•Joy frame collection... {Denver Wedding Photography}

Tess and I have confirmed (firmly confirmed) we're pretty non-traditional when it comes to the world of weddings. We get really excited when a bride and groom make their wedding day their own, infusing their personalities into every detail and throwing caution to the wind. It's so easy to get caught up in the traditional events of a wedding without questioning if each element is really reflective of you, what you believe, and who you are as a couple. There is no right or wrong when it comes to your wedding. Being respectful of one another and each of your families is of course a primary concern. But PLEASE! Have fun with it! It's a celebration!

That being said, we decided from the get go that we wanted to offer our clients products that are unique and playful, with a vintage edge. We have been determined to find the best album company and frame company that offer products you cannot get in stores. These are custom made with love. :) We've even purchased a lovely high quality printer and professional grade, signature paper that we will be using to create one-of-a-kind prints from your wedding and engagement sessions. Some of the papers include a Velvet Fine Art paper (yes, it feels SO good to the touch), Exhibition Fiber paper, and a Hot Press Bright paper. The way these sheets hold the ink is gorgeous. We discovered them in a gallery display at the PDN expo in NYC and fell in love. Delicious. Schedule a consultation with us and you'll get to experience what good paper really is. Our goal is to continually offer boutique, fine art products that are handmade and showcase your photos in an original way. We're always on the hunt for the latest and greatest, so we'll post frequently this year on our must-see findings.

Let the first reeeeally cool Love•n•Joy product introduction of 2011 blog post commence!

We are now offering these oh so whimsical, funky, yet vintage-flair frames to our clients. As aforementioned, we are not your traditional photographers so it would never make sense to offer traditional frames, right?

These frames come in all different scalloped edged designs, sizes and colors. They treat the edges so they look worn and rustic. You can even double up the designs so that it is two cut out wood pieces stacked on top of each other with one single image framed inside. More on that later. I'll post photos of the full collection so you'll be able to see the variety of fun options.

Or maybe I'll just keep them all for myself. :)

Let us know what you think of our frames and please send any new product ideas our way! We want to know what YOU love too!


your Denver wedding photographers,
Kimothy & Tess


Images By Gustav said...

The frames are beautiful. I love the vintage feel of them.

Best regards,

5 Letter Design said...

I love the look and its so different than the traditional square frame :)

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