Yearbook Creation

4 Reasons You Should Buy a Yearbook

Teen girl holding books

Yearbooks are an incredible investment and become more valuable with each passing year. They capture faces that inevitably change, memories frozen in time, and moments you might not remember otherwise.

Not sure if you should buy a yearbook? We’re here to break down all the reasons why you should!

You’ll have a year of memories in one book

Yearbook

Unlike the constantly changing digital world, yearbooks stand the test of time. No matter if you crack open your yearbook five years or two decades from now, the same memories will be there, in the same place. You’ll be reminded of fun events with your favorite teachers and meaningful moments with friends who meant the world to you.

You can reminisce with family and friends

With a yearbook, you’ll be able to share special memories with your loved ones. From telling the stories that go with the pictures to showing off accomplishments you’re proud of, you can give those closest to you a glimpse into your everyday life as a student.

Signing yearbooks is a tradition

Teen girl holding books

There’s nothing like yearbook signing day! It’s a time for swapping signatures and writing well wishes that will be cherished forever. Spending time preserving memories with the classmates you’ve experienced so much with is a special kind of excitement.

Looking back at style trends can be entertaining

Yearbooks never go out of style, but we can’t say the same about fashion trends. Years from now, it can be entertaining to flip through the pages of your yearbook to see how much clothing and hairstyles have changed. Jeans over dresses and frosted tips, anyone?

Yearbook Ad with Smiling Boy

Overall, yearbooks preserve the unique experience of some of your most precious years. With a yearbook, you’ll always be able to look back on a significant time period of your life. Think of buying a yearbook as a gift to your future self. You’ll be happy you did.

Nicole DiGiose

Nicole DiGiose is a lifestyle writer who serves as the Director of Marketing & Communications for Irvin Simon Photographers. By combining her love of journalism and photography, she helps spread the word about creating amazing Picture Day experiences. Previously, she's written for 1-800-Flowers, Harry & David, Chilled Magazine, and local newspapers in her hometown.

You may also like...