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All About Albums

ALL ABOUT WEDDING PHOTO ALBUMS

The photos I have printed I get out and enjoy, and relive on our anniversary, the others linger on a harddrive - who wants to be looking at photos on a computer when that's what you do all day, every day.

I've tried to keep things simple, one album type, loads of options to customise beautifully and any number of spreads you like between 15 and 45 and a handy online form to order. They're also vegan friendly! (yay!)

Each album has beautiful thick pages, with a matte fine art finish which I think really works with my photographs, and they all have LayFlat seamless centre spines, meaning that full double page images look bloody awesome no matter where the centre seam falls.

Lots of people get in touch saying they’re interested in an album,

but I think they found the sheer number of options a bit overwhelming. I know you are all busy and amazing and I wanted to make the process of choosing an album as easy as it possibly could be. They really are your first family heirloom as a married couple, and although they seem like a lot of money, their value grows in time as memory fades and families grow and change. I loved looking at my parent’s wedding photos as a child – the fashions, my Mum looking youthful and excited, My Dad with all his hair and I hope that my son will feel the same about mine.

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Available in a huge range of beautiful colours, and with completely customisable debossed covers. You can not only have a font of your choosing, but maybe a logo or illustration from your wedding day, in a whole range of rather gorgeous colours. For Ro & Adam's album I've chosen the lovely two-toned Blue Gold Asahi linen, and gold debossing in Futura but it would look beautiful in matte white, or as clear debossing too.

They have a huge range of colours - I am especially in love with the various textured, slubby Asahi's and the natural uncoated linens too. Though I'm also quite partial to the coated cloth in Boysenberry, and Sugar Plum, which would look beautiful with a blind deboss on the front. There are plenty of images above but if you need a bit of support, we can do a virtual album design meeting.

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