Why Make A Regular Family Album When You Can Make A Yearbook

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A brand-new year has started and it’s the perfect time to start planning your next big family yearbook. You don’t want to go through twelve months and realize that can’t fill out an album.

If you want to treasure a year’s worth of memories with a family photo album, you will need to follow these three simple steps.

Step One: Think of The Photos You Will Want to Add-In

This is a family project that will take twelve months to organize, but it will be totally worth it. Arrange for an appointment at a photography studio or hire a professional photographer to take some pictures.

Look through creative family portrait ideas ahead of time for inspiration and check with the photographer to see what they can manage. Be aware of occasions where you will always want to have a high-quality camera available. Make a note on your calendar so that you will remember to commemorate the date with a good photo.

If you aren’t sure what days to mark on your calendar, here is a brief list of special occasions for your family yearbook:

  • Holidays like Christmas, Easter, and Halloween
  • Set family vacations, road trips and journeys away from home
  • Significant educational milestones and school events like plays, performances, speeches, dances, and graduations
  • Special events like weddings, engagement parties, birthdays and baby showers

Step Two: Know How You Can Make the Family Yearbook   

You don’t have to spend hours working with a glue-stick and a mountain of printed photos. You can if you want but convenient websites like photoroost are so much easier. This website’s user-friendly software will help you make a one-year photo album that will look as polished, stylish and colorful as a published coffee-table book.

All you have to do is move your digital photo files onto the website and arrange them in customizable templates. You can organize the photos by month, by milestone or by theme using different headers, backgrounds, and designs. When you’re done setting up the album, a sleek printed and bound yearbook will be sent directly to your home.

Step Three: Plan for Finishing Touches   


Treat the family yearbook like any other yearbook that you have received and add your signature along with a personal message inside. Get every member of the family to sign a copy of the book, even the kids.

For kids that are too young to write their own name, you can always have them sign with a handprint, thumbprint or drawing. You can also ask anyone who makes a major appearance in your photos to sign the book during their visits like grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. It’s super fun!

 

It may be just the beginning of a new year, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start planning your next yearbook. With a little bit of foresight and the help of an ingenious website, you can capture every important family moment of the year and display it FOREVER.

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2/13/18 Happy Tuesday! The boys have been sick all weekend and we found out yesterday one of them has strep. I’m probably next since I’ve been eating after him 😕

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  1. Dana Rodriguez says:

    This is a great idea. I hope your kids feel better soon (and you don’t get strep)!

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