Post # 1
Anyone purchase a wedding album through pictage? My grandma just let me know that she’s planning to buy an photobook from them. They are much more expensive than other option out there. Just looking to see how they compare?
Post # 3
@MrsPinkPeony: We haven’t done it……yet. We are debating on going to a photo place like Ritz and get it done. Our photographers told us to check with a sample first because a lot of places dont have the right color and the pictures will look discolored. But if you go through pictage it’s fine. It is really expensive and I haven’t factored these costs in our budget so I really wanted to do things with it after the wedding. If I do it soon I’ll let you know how it goes.
Post # 4
I haven’t made an album through pictage, but we did get our thank you notes through them, and they came out fantastic. The colors looked great, and the cardstock paper was nice and heavy. I’m going to be using adoramapix for my album though because they’re much less expensive, they have a layflat option, and I’ve ready tons of positive reviews.
Post # 5
@MlleBrielle: Please do!
I ordered prints and cheapy books through snapfish. I really like them but I had several people tell me I needed to get a “high quality” album in order for it to last. I don’t know though, my parents have been married almost 30 years and they have basic pictures in an old photo album they keep in the basement and its holding up just fine.
Just trying to convince myself the cost is worth it.