(Closed) where are you getting your wedding albums produced?

posted 10 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
48 posts
  • Wedding: January 2009

I’m using photoworks.com at the recommendation of a family friend.  I know there are most likely better programs out there but I just wanted to do something simple and affordable! 🙂

Post # 4
23 posts
  • Wedding: August 2009

I’ve been using these guys for a few years now (Canadian company):


I found out that books you could order from a bunch of other stores were all being produced by these guys.  Buying directly from the manufacturer saved us a ton of money (half the cost of everyone else).  The turn around time from order to production has always been fantasic too – less than a week.

Because they’re so cheap, I’ve stopped using traditional photo slbums and have made "mini" books for all of our trips and events.  We will be doing our wedding books from these guys as well.

The software, I thought, was easy to use and you get so many choices to play with when making your book for no additional cost – it’s only based on page # and book size.

Good luck and have fun making your books!!

Post # 5
342 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

My sister made albums for our parents and her in-laws at http://www.mpix.com/  The albums turned out really well.  Also, even though their photographer made their big album, he posted their pictures on mpix so they could order extras.  I don’t know very much about photography at all, but the pictures looked great to me.  I had planned on using mpix for my wedding needs…but now I am excited to check out the sites everyone else is suggesting!  🙂  Best wishes!!

Post # 6
5 posts

we got somerset albums recommended to us by our photographer in the contract

Post # 7
290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I made our photobooks from Mypublisher and Shutterfly and they came out beautifully! Our photographer showed a sample book of what he does and it looks the same as what we created, at a fraction of the cost. The price was so high that the photographer’s wife didn’t even want to tell me the actual cost of the books, so I didn’t even ask. We created personalized photobooks for each sides of our families and they all loved them! The quality in photos and paper were great and I am in the process of making mini photobooks for the wedding party. Unless, you have money to throw around I wouldn’t even bother wasting all that money on one of theirs when you can make your own and personalize them the way you want it.

Post # 8
52 posts
Worker bee

Mpix is good

So is Blurb, but those are typically a little less formal.

Don’t forget, you could always buy an empty album at a photo supply store, order the prints yourself, and assemble your own professional quality album!


It’s not as hard as it seems 🙂

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