I’m thrilled to report that most of my brides now order a photobook or album as part of their wedding packages. It’s so important that you don’t keep your images in digital form, and you actually get to print them in some form, and there’s nothing better than the tactile feel of a book.
A year ago most of my clients were mostly booking digital packages and then I did a lot of work with my packages and that’s changed. I think it’s partly got to do with the way in which I’ve now structured the packages and the way that I present the various options… more about that another day… because today’s post is about this gorgeous album that I collected yesterday for delivery
Mike and Ginny’s wedding was at the end of April, and you may think that this has taken a while to deliver, but I only send my books to print once my client is happy with the layout. If you’re wondering about the designs of the pages that you can’t really see in the images… I believe that the albums need to be classic and timeless and that it’s about showcasing the images… so I don’t embellish pages with frills and curls etc, it’s about the images presented with white space… to make the images pop. I also believe that it’s important for the books to tell a story (just like my photography does) and the story needs to flow from the beginning of the day to the end.
This wedding photo album is a Designer album with a personalised cover backed in black genuine leather, it’s 30x30cm in size and it has 60 pages.
… and this is how I package all my books (very similar to the way in which my DVD’s and memory sticks are packaged)
I really hope they like it as much as I do.