We share in your joy, celebrate your story and help you hold onto life’s moments with thoughtfully-designed photo prints.
We’ve always loved taking photos to capture life’s moments big and small. But after filling our camera rolls with birthday parties, family trips and countless smiles, we realized that taking tons of photos wasn’t enough. We wanted to hold on to them, to enjoy in real life.
So, in 2015 we created Parabo Press, an online photo printing service that brings your digital memories to life. Our thoughtfully-designed photo prints and décor help your memories shine, and bring inspiration and happiness to your space.
Inspired by small-batch printing methods, we’ve created a unique and modern line of photo prints.
Our Photo Books, Calendars, Prints and more are thoughtfully-designed and printed with forest-friendly materials.
All of our products are carefully crafted in Utah, Oregon and our home state of Wisconsin.
Meet Laurel, Meg, Katelyn, Katie and Olivia! Parabo is proud to be a 100% women-run company. Our headquarters is in beautiful Madison, WI - just steps from the state capitol and world-class farmers’ market.
Our small but mighty team is made up of moms, musicians, dog lovers, travellers and photo fans.
We all agree that life’s better when you focus on the positive, and surrounding ourselves with photos of our favorite faces and places helps us do just that.
CEO & Mom to 1 girl and 1 pup
I’ve made two cross country road trips and visited 27 countries. Next on my bucket list is a trip to South America and taking our kid to every National Park (give me a couple decades, we’ve got this).
Lead Customer Advocate & Office Barista
My boyfriend and I are aspiring star hockey players. For now, we skate on Madison’s lakes when they freeze over, but someday we’ll be true stars.
Print Shop Manager & competitive Jenga player
Saturdays are pancake day in our house. We're on the hunt for the world's best pancake recipe, and will happily taste test for as long as it takes to find it!
Print Assistant & Founder of Underbelly
Most people wouldn’t call me particularly artistic (which is funny because I run a printed zine), but I do have mad embroidery skills.