Post # 1
I remember a while back seeing a post regarding DIY wedding albums. I am looking for an online program that allows me to upload my wedding photos and create my own album. I am hoping to create albums for my parents.
Has anyone any suggestions? Are some programs better than others?
Post # 3
I LOVE mypublisher.com. I have used it to create albums from vacations, as well as one for my parents following my brothers wedding. They often have sales or buy-one-get-one coupons on their website. I HIGHLY recommend them!
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2008 - Vineyard on the Delta
here are some posts that may help you http://www.weddingbee.com/tag/albums/
i did one through snapfish and another through inkubook, but i haven’t written a post about it. i think i like inkubook a little better. gl!
Post # 5
I second mypublisher but I haven’t tried blurb or inkubook either…there are soo many out there.
Post # 6
I love http://www.mpix.com — it is much more professional than my publisher or shutterfly. I’ve ordered from all three and the difference between them was VERY noticable. Mpix is a more professional program with a more professional print quality, whereas the others seem to be for people that aren’t as discriminating.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
Mrs. Ant wrote a fantastic series on DIY album design, but she went all out professional quality.
All the links, as well as reviews of photobook publishing sites, can be found on our album wiki:
Post # 8
our photographer swears by blurb and says all her couples that have used it are extremely satisfied. we plan to use it too!
Post # 9
snapfish.com has wonderful mini-albums (like for mothers, grandmothers, etc.) that are really simple to create. I know that they have larger albums too, but I’ve never made a larger one.