Who can resist an album design of pretty wedding details showing your own personal story? I know I can’t. I love the journey a wedding album takes you on, from the beginning of the day to the very end. And I can imagine generations to come flipping through the pages, in awe of grandma and grandpa’s wedding day.
For the most part a lot of clients want albums and it THRILLS me to see the finished beautiful product. Nothing makes me more proud! I realize that not everyone can afford one but that’s why I also offer the option of purchasing an album later on. No one should miss out on that opportunity. It really is priceless and all you have left when the day is over.
It also makes you wonder what technology will be like in 30 years and how the digital media of today will hold up. Books have proven to hold up throughout the years.
This year I attended Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) annual conference, and one of my goals was to find one of the best albums for my clients. There are a ton of companies offering great products, but my search was for quality, simplicity, and affordability. And I found a company I think you’ll be pleased with.
Displaying the beauty of your photographs inside and out, your image can be printed directly on the cover using:
- A custom image (The design will wrap around the entire cover of your album.)
- Acrylic (which is what you see featured here),
- Hand-cut metal (offering a very unique one of a kind look)
Standard Leather covers are also offered (Debossing is offered for leather covers. Choose a sentimental title and even add a date to be pressed, with 2 lines, into the front center of your cover (22 characters per line.)
Your images are mounted flush to a 1/32″ board, offering a streamlined, modern look, and the pages are mounted flush and extend across the entire spread (no split at the spine).
Page counts are in increments of 5; 10 page minimum to 50 page maximum. (1 page = 2 sides)
The overall album sizes range from 5×5, 6×9, 9×6, 8×8, 8×10, 10×8, 8×12, 12×8, 10×10, 12×12, to 15×10. What you’re looking at now is a 10 x 10 album.
No two albums look a like. While you have similar features to choose from this is not a one size fits all type of album. Each is as unique as you and your wedding day, and designed with that in mind. If you want to touch, hold, and flip through the actual pages, let me know. I’d love to meet for coffee and show you.
(And if you still find yourself wondering about the VALUE of having a wedding album to treasure, read here http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathleen-trenske/the-case-against-good-enough_b_2967170.html. Although we think the same way, Kathleen Trenske says it way better than I could!)