Monday, September 10, 2012
Tips on Creating an Event Album
4. WRITE OUT DETAILS. At some point, sit down and just write out any and all details you remember about the event so you can include them as you go. Chances are, in 20 years you're not going to remember certain tiny details and it will be wonderful to have them documented when you look back.
7. CONTACT FRIENDS AND FAMILY FOR MORE PHOTOS. Asking your friends and family to email you photos of the event will give you more options and you can include shots and angles you might not have already had!
10. BE AWARE OF POSSIBLE CHANGES. If you're not using a "top-loading" page protector system, create loose pages and wait to permanently adhere them until the entire album is finished. This will keep things in chronological order and prevent any messy changes in layout you might have to make.
Overall, enjoy your project! Prepping is half the fun and it can be very inspiring!