Post # 1
So we have a ton of great photos – the question is what now?
Should we do some scrapbooking, create a real photo album or make one of those photobooks like from blurb or snapfish (or anything else if you have better recommendations)
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
I love the photobooks! I just love the idea of a big coffee-table sized book with full-sized prints. That’s what we’re doing.
Post # 4
Oh gosh. I’m in the same boat as you, I have a mountain of photos from the wedding. I’d scrapbook but since I have soooo many I think that would just get expensive (since I love tons of embellishments) and I wouldn’t be able to fit all the ones I wanted in it so I’m going to go with a photo album most likely. I’m not familiar with blurb or snapfish so I’ll have to check them out.
Post # 5
I don’t like the idea of my photos being online … so I know that I won’t do that. I really love the big coffee table books too. So that’s what I’m having done for me, my mother and father and my inlaws
Post # 6
Ok I looked at the snapfish photo books and those are stinkin’ cute! So I’d go with one of those or a photo album 🙂
Post # 7
I’ve done a couple of scrapbooks online and then just had a cd made of the all the photos. I’ve used kodak and shutterly. I liked shutterfly better because you had more options such as changing the font size and color.
If you have a photoediting program such as photoshop then you can create your pages in there and apply to shutterfly. There are digital scrapbooking kits you can find online that have shapes, caption blurbs, borders etc that you can use as layers in photoshop.
Have fun scrapbooking!
Post # 8
our photography package already comes with some coffee table photo books, among other things. i am planning on making a scrapbook out of pictures our friends and family take during the wedding. i also plan to add some honeymoon pictures in as well
Post # 9
I voted photobook – that is what Fiance and I plan to do with our photos.
Post # 10
I did a photo book on Shutterfly for my sister’s wedding photos, and it was so fun to do! I plan to make one for a friend’s wedding I’m going to in October, and mine, too!
Post # 11
The photobook does seem like a good option. Does anyone know if you can add text in blurb, I like the scrapbooking idea so that we can tell our story with the pics, but I know some of the photobooks allow for text options. Or which is the best photobook bang for the buck while still allowing for creativity?
Post # 12
we’re doing a mixture of prints in a book and blurb type books. My parents really want old school prints in a book, so they’ll go that route and we’ll do the big pro-book with our photographer (which reminds me I need to email him) and then a few blurb type books with photos from the rehersal dinner/showers/etc.
Post # 13
Love the idea of a coffee book- but I also want to have a photo montage wall for ours!
Post # 14
We’re doing both a scrapbook and a photobook. I’m planning to order photobooks for all of our families and am planning on using mac for them.
Post # 15
FRAMES!!! You forgot to put frames on the list!
We’re going to all but wall paper our home with the pictures if they turn out well!