Memory Designs

At Memory Designs I create custom photobooks, dvd slideshows, invitations, traditional scrapbook pages and more.
Life is busy, we hire people to maintain our cars, clean our houses and run errands for us. Why not hire someone to preserve our memories.

One new and popular way to share your photos is through photobooks. I create all my pages in photoshop which allows for a unique look just for you instead of the templates they provide. Another advantage of photobooks is that you can easily print more than one if desired. These are a great way to showcase photos from your wedding, vacation or life in general.

On the left side you will see samples of a couple of books. On the top is a wedding album. This larger sized album is perfect for showcasing your wedding photographs and includes custom design elements, favorite quotes and more.

Below this is a guest book. What a great way to share your engagement photos while providing white space for your guests to wish you well. Traditional guest books tend to get stored away but a book like this is likely to be enjoyed for years. These books would both make great coffee table books.

I also make custom gifts, DVD's which are perfect for rehearsal dinners, weddings, anniversaries or graduation parties; tradional scrapbook pages; and invitatons. I can also show you how you can scrapbook for yourself.

For more information contact Maureen at or 402-990-5631.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Who are these people....

It's so important to identify who is in your pictures. You might think you'll remember (and maybe you will) but someday it could be your child or other family member sorting through your pictures and have no idea what they should keep and what they can toss. I've been there. I remember going through a large box of my parents' photos. Most had no names which made it so difficult. It was great when they were marked because I saw baby pictures of relatives that I've only known as adults and knew if a photo should be kept or tossed. I wonder how many important pictures I threw away because I didn't know if it was important or not. When writing on the back of photos, only use a special photo marking pen or pencil available at your local scrapbook store.

No comments:

Post a Comment