Post # 1
I am making a wedding album, not anything fancy, just one to include the important photos. I am using Snapfish for this one and I am trying to limit the pages to as few as possible (I’ve already gone pretty far past the given 20 pages) and I really need some neutral opinions. How do you think it looks? Is there anything I should change without adding too many more pages? Here is the link http://www2.snapfish.com/meijer/projectshareewelcome/l=10374667013/p=568161292550084288/g=113533120/cobrandOid=1082272/COBRAND_NAME=meijer/otsc=SYE/otsi=SPBKlink/
Thank You for your help!
Post # 4
I’ll take a look. Not sure what you’re asking for though…. do you want suggestions on stuff that should be moved, removed, added, what? Guidance, lady!
EDIT: There are a few pages I think you can take out (if you’re looking to cut down) without sacrificing the overall feel of the album. For example, you have two pages just for various shots of the dress, then another two of you getting it on. I think you could chop out the second dress page and move the photo of your laced-up back there instead. There are also a few pages that have four photos (not the ones with a bunch of small ones, those pages are adorable) which looks kind of crowded, consider cutting out a few of those photos so the pages look more organized and clean. Stuff like that.
PS: Your cake is THE CUTEST thing I have ever seen!
Post # 5
deliciousappleblue: That’s exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for taking the time to look and evaluate, I just think some things do look to crowded, but there are a lot of pictures that I don’t want to do without. And I loved the cake, too, it was very tasty!