(Closed) Wedding Album

posted 8 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
13904 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I’m really excited for my album.  My parents and FIs parents both look at their wedding albums still (30+ years later), and it’s in good shape.

That being said, I make photo albums on Snapfish all the time, and the quality is pretty good (obviously for what you’re paying…). 

If you can afford it, I recommend the albums.  If you can’t, then make one from a photo printing site.  The thought is there, and that’s what will be appreciated the most!

Post # 4
61 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2008


You’ll definitely look at your album. Maybe not every day, but you will sure look at it from time to time. Remember, marriage is a lifetime commitment and eventually you will want to go back and look at the photos from your wedding day. What’s best about professional album companies, is that they typically use materials that won’t discolor your photos over the next 30 or 40 years. I got a flush mount wedding album for mine. I used EVER Album Design (http://www.everalbumdesign.com) for the design and they work with high end album company, Cypress Fine Albums (http://www.cypressalbums.com), which hand makes books with silk fabric covers. Amazing work by both companies. EVER Album Design really took control and delivered an amazing design for my album. Best of all is that they aren’t pushy. Contact them and let them know your budget, they will be honest and let you know if they can make it happen for that price. If not, they will offer suggestions.

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