In this day and age of digital everything, it is easy to forget the inherent quality and beauty of a printed photograph. A beautifully designed and crafted wedding book is something to be treasured. A book of your wedding day becomes part of your family story, something that you can pull off the shelf in years to come, to show your children and your children’s children. As the years pass by, your book becomes an important family memento, which you may one day pass onto the next generation.
When it comes to book choices and design, I believe simplicity trumps all else. It is because of this that I offer one book type, in three sizes, with a variety of cover colours to choose from.
Wedding album pages are printed onto Fuji Crystal Archival photographic paper. Your photos will look fantastic.
Three wedding album sizes: 8×8″, 10×10″ or 12×12″.
100% full grain natural leather covers.
Seventeen cover colours to choose from.
You know when you open a magazine and you have that chasm between two-facing pages? That’s called a “gutter”. When it comes to wedding albums, nothing ruins the aesthetic of a book faster than a gutter. Which is why our wedding albums don’t have them. Instead we use lay-flat binding, so each page lays flat as it should.
Each wedding album is made by a specialist book-maker. This makes your album truly unique. I guarantee the workmanship of your album. If there is a manufacturing defect, it will be replaced free.
Online Book Proofing
Once I have designed your album, you’ll be provided with a private online site where you can view your album’s layout, approve pages and add comments. This approach removes the need for in-person wedding album reviews and lets you review the layout in your own time. Once you are happy with your album’s layout you can approve it online. As soon as I receive your approval, your wedding album goes into production.
Please go to page-10 of my pricing PDF to view album prices. my wedding pricing PDF
Still not sure if you want a wedding album? Then I encourage you to read this post – The Case Against ‘Good Enough’ | The Huffington Post
Wedding albums by Christchurch Wedding Photographer Thomas Pickard.