It’s great seeing your wedding photos on your computer screen but there’s simply nothing that brings them to life as much as seeing them in a beautiful album. An album that will be passed down to your children. And hopefully to their children after that. And after that….. who knows?
A wedding album becomes a huge part of your family history. An archive. Many people, when asked what they’d save if their house was on fire, would say their photo albums. More specifically, they’ll often say their wedding album. And yet, in the 21st century, a huge percentage of couples never see their wedding photos in print. We feel that’s a little sad.
We have provided couples with albums since 2007 and I feel privileged that photos we capture on a wedding day will be around for decades and, hopefully, centuries to come. We only offer Fine Art albums because we want the final product to be as high quality as possible.
Album prices start at $25 or £15 per image (minimum 30 images)
Simply choose your favourite photos and we’ll begin work on the design of the album for you. We design albums with an average of 5 images per spread (2 pages) so if you choose 70 images expect your album to have roughly 14 spreads. 130 images would result in around 26 spreads. Some spreads might have a few images, some might just have one. But we’ll design the album in a way that we feel tells the story and showcases the photos in the best possible way.
Then we need to know if you’d like a picture on the cover or just a stylish material cover, perhaps with names and wedding date. You have the option of a 9×9 inch, 12×12 inch or 14x10inch album. We do larger sizes at an additional cost too.
We will send you a proof of the layout. You can request up to 5 changes and, once everyone’s happy, we will request payment and then order the album for you. Within a couple of months your wedding album will be in your hands.
So, what are you waiting for? 😉
After the cake has been eaten, the flowers have died and the memories begin to fade, what’s left from your wedding day?