Post # 1
We never ordered a wedding album because we couldn’t afford those our photographers were offering. We just celebrated our first wedding anniversary and will be getting a CD with all of our hi-res images any day now. I want to order an album this summer, but am confused. I don’t want to spend more than $200, but I want something that will last at least 10 years. I also like the thick pages with the “lay flat” design. Does anyone have experience with Picaboo? Blurb? Pictobook? Kiss? Please Help!!!
Post # 3
AdoramaPix has photobooks with lay flat pages. They aren’t thick pages but they are really nice photo paper. I used this for my guestbook with engagement pictures. They would probably run you about $50-65.
I’m probably going to use Somerset Albums (http://www.somersetalbums.com/index.asp) flush mount albums for my wedding photos. They are a little more than $200 (start at $275-$300) but they look REALLY nice and are way less than a photographer would charge you. May be worth looking in to it! Hope this helps!
Post # 4
AdoramaPix does have flush mount pages and options from either themed layouts to custom layout. The interface is also pretty clear to use (many options! but easy). We are going to be making a guest book for our wedding based on our epics, so I’ve been shopping around…
Also, I saw someone else post this link, where grandparents basically ordered photo books (of their grandson!) from different companies and did a pretty complex review: http://www.digitalhomethoughts.com/news/show/97676/14/1/15