Everything begins with a plan. I'll help you make one.
I make all of my own prints.
I do this because I want control over the entire process.
I offer prints as small as wallets up to 44x66 inches.
I print on a heavy-weight, matte finished paper. This allows the print to sit behind glass with less glare than a typical luster or glossy paper.
When you know where you want your pictures to be, I'll have you take a snapshot of it with your phone and send it to me. I can use that picture to design a customized solution based on the images you pick. We can sort through them until you see exactly what you love.
In addition to making my own prints, I make canvas gallery wraps as well - including stretching them on bars. They're tough and light-weight, but enjoy all of the quality features of paper prints. In addition, they can be displayed in the open and can be dusted with a clean, damp cloth for cleaning. Canvas wraps are available in sizes from 16x20 to 38x58.
Albums have always been a wedding standard, but I've been producing them for more and more high school seniors, families and coaches. If you subscribe to the beauty of seeing a physical print, the album is a great way to have all of your images in one place. I design all of my albums and have a convenient method for working with my clients to make sure the album is set up exactly how they'd like. Also, these are no ordinary albums. These are hand-made works of art. See the bottom of the page for the company I've entrusted to produce albums for my clients.
What about digitals?
Just want the digital files? I can provide them, but here are my thoughts on some of the downsides.
- I worry that those high-resolution images will stay trapped inside that USB drive and never be printed. We all have good intentions of getting prints made but more often than not life gets in the way and it never happens.
- Who knows what will happen with that drive. It could get lost, damaged or go the way of the floppy disc.
- Those online and retail labs can provide sketchy quality. They almost all use dye based inks. Those inks can look okay at first, but they're prone to changing colors and fading as time goes by. There's a reason why pigment inks are so expensive: their colors last.
Announcements & Cards
Whether your announcing your engagement or your graduation, these cards are amazing! Printed on a soft-touch, heavy matte stock, they stand out from the other cards in their feel and appearance. They're available in too many designs to mention (see the bottom of the page for a link to the design gallery through White House Custom Color), but holiday, wedding, baby and graduation are the main themes.
Your experience with WSP doesn't end upon delivery. It lasts for generations because I've carefully researched and sourced the highest quality products in the world and they are all designed to keep the images we've created looking pristine for you, your children and their children after them. Below is a partial list with links if you'd like to learn more.