| Originally Posted by hoyt75 |
Hello, anyone out there
A long time ago I remember us talking about websites and vendors that will create actual albums out of wedding photos. Does anyone remember this conversation or could give a good recommendation on where to go/who to use?
We want to make real albums, as the photos are part of the page not glued onto the page, or stuck into a slot or "frame" on the page. Any ideas
Also, we got our "love box" up and running! I went to Hobby Lobby and bought a decorative box and craft paper that I thought was cute and placed it on the mantel. It's a pretty big box as I wanted it to last and fill up over the next 50 years. So far so good!
Tracy, are you alive? How did your surgery go!?!?!??
Go you on your love box!!
I remember the conversation. I used Blurb to make a book a while back. I paid extra (not much though) for the premium pages and was really impressed with the quality. My book is about 160 pages and I paid ~$70. I'll probably use Blurb to make a book from our wedding, honeymoon, AHR.
We all seem to have a different definition of what qualifies as a "real album." To me, Blurb makes books and not albums because the pictures are digital and are part of the page. An album to me is having actual pictures print mounted or flush mounted onto the page instead of digital pictures. My wedding package came with a coffee table book, and though it's very different from a Blurb book, to me it's still just a book because of the digital pictures.
I'm with ya, though, on not wanting albums stuck into slots or tabs on the page!
My AHR is this Saturday and I can't wait! Both for the fun and for all this to be OVER! Tomorrow is my big Sam's Club trip and I'm spending Thursday and Friday cooking for it. I just have to keep telling myself, "I think I can. I think I can!"