Putting together a photo album or a scrapbook is a relaxing and enjoyable hobby that many people can enjoy in their spare time. One very important step in the process is coming up with a title for the photo album. Consider drawing on several different themes for inspiration for a descriptive, fun and creative album title.
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Of course, the classic technique for giving a title to a photo album is to use the name of the person or people featured in the pictures, as well as any specific activities or themes. This can be done in several different ways: "Alexander's First Month," for a new baby; "A Week with Gran and Grandpa" or "The Ricardos' Mountaintop Escape," for a family summer vacation; "Jones Girls' Road Trip," for two sisters' weekend getaway; "Jane and Grant's Honeymoon," for a just-married couple; or "Rocco's Grand Opening," for a first day in business.
Time and Place
Consider the when and the where when naming your photo album. Use the time that the album was made to give it a title: "Our Romantic Weekend," "Our Labor Day Parade Pics," "Halloween Memories," "Christmas Pictures," "Spring Break Album," or "Memorial Day Snapshots." Additionally, use the location where the pictures were taken to provide you with further inspiration for the title: "Grand Canyon Vacation," "Smoky Mountains Album," "Key West Sights" or "Good Times in Paris."
An idea with a bit of humour and whimsy is to use a newspaper name to title your photo album, and tweak it to fit your family. Change the "Houston Chronicle" to the "Nguyen Chronicle," for example, or the "Chicago Tribune" to the "Sorenson-McGee Tribune," the "Oregonian" to the "Harriet and Chris and Abneronian," the "Denver Post" to the "Cohen Post," the "New York Times" to the "Will and Trish Times," or the "Arizona Republic" to the "Rodriguez Republic."
Use alliteration. Try it with any of the aforementioned techniques: "A Week with Will," the "Harris Honeymoon," "Michelle's Memories," "Kellermans in Key West" or the "Pilar Post." Or just pair your name with any vacation- or photo-oriented word(s) of the same letter: "Sal's Snapshots," "Phillip's Photographs," "Brandon's Book of Pix," "Sean's Shots," "Ellen's Escape," "CariAnn's Keepsake Album," "Peterson Pictures," "Anam's Album," "Vic on Vacation," "Javier's Holiday," "Road Tripping with Trudi" or even "Fido's Photos," named for a beloved pet.
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