Tell your best Father’s Day story

Here are a few quick tips to help you make your best Father’s Day book.

What story are you trying to tell? Thinking of your photo book as a story will help you create a better experience for your readers, because you’ll be sharing more than a collection of photos, you’ll be sharing a journey. Here are some themes to get you started (these are just “brainstorm” ideas – no obligation to use them whatsoever).

a. We love you Dad

b. The best things about Dad

c.  Just like Dad

d.  Dad’s favorite things

What kind of Father’s Day story would you tell? Let us know by commenting on this article.


  1. BarbaraJ says

    My daddy would always say, “Oh Father’s day is just another day!” I still would make his favorite foods, and favorite Chocolate pie. My favorite father’s day was just having my daddy to hug and tell him how much I loved him. I would thank him for all the wonderful years he gave his favorite little girl. I would also say “Daddy I love you”. My daddy would tell me he was the very first man I kissed! Love all the old stories. I would name my book “Tell me again Daddy”. They were all special to me. Thank you Rachel for sharing.

  2. Joey says

    I like the book you featured above with the little boy. That book is so adorable. I’ll have to check out your other books you mentioned above.
    I made my dad a Father’s Day/birthday book. It was the year he turned 70 and at the time, I didn’t think to do a book for him on his birthday in January. So I combined the two events and made them into one book. I used older photos, & recent ones, and had everyone in the immediate family write messages. I think he liked it. He’s a hard one to buy for, so I thought this would be perfect,

  3. slynn721 says

    For my husband’s Father’s Day book I made it about our son’s first year. Our son is 9 months old so it’s the very first Father’s Day. Since my husband was gone for about 5 months with the military we also included a “When you were gone…this is what I did” section.
    I’m really excited to see how it turned out.

  4. SuzanneH says

    I made a book a few years ago for my husband for Father’s Day and he loves it still. I took the lyrics from Bette Midler’s “Wind Beneathe My Wings” and transcribed one or two lines on each page. I tried to match the backround papers to the specific lyrics on that page and put in pictures of our three boys that I tried to match to the lyrics as best as possible. The last few pages, each of us wrote him a note about how he is special to us individually. I love the way it turned out and we all still look at it often and reminisce! Here is a link so you can check it out.

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