The case for wedding albums

You should get a wedding album. There is no better way for you to have lots of pictures of your wedding, from start to finish, all in one place. It is the only way you will be able to see all of the moments in one spot that you can pull out and show your friends & family any time you want. Also, a wedding album is something that you can pass down to your children and grandchildren. They will enjoy being able to see your pictures and it will be a cherished item for years to come.

I will be the first to tell you that quality, well designed wedding albums are expensive. The reason for that is simple…..they take a lot of time to put together and design. Recently we made an album for a client, and so far it as taken about 6 hours to put together, edit and get ready for review. This doesn’t include the client previewing, any additional edits or the ordering.

Are they worth the cost? Absolutely! If you chose to get prints rather then an album, you will have 2 options.

1. Order a large print and a couple of other prints. The rest of your pictures will disappear into obscurity.

2. Order a ton of prints of all different sizes, depending on how important they are to you. You will pay for each print, as well as have to find a place in your house to display bazillion prints. Have fun buying frames….I hear they are almost always on sale at Michael’s.

I don’t want to bore you with more arguments about why you should have an album. I will just end this by saying that you should. If its not in your budget, we will work with you on a payment plan. We want everyone to have pictures, so we will do what we can to help you out.

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