Just wondering if I should use picaboo, snapfish, shutterfly, mixbook, etc. Anyone have a great experience or a not-so-great one they're willing to share? Important to note is that I'll need really fast processing and shipping (I'll pay for overnight), since my shoot is only a couple weeks before our wedding, so if you ordered one that took forever to process please say that, too! Thanks!
Boudoir books - which website to create the book?
Posted 21 May 2013 - 09:49 AM
I used Shutterfly. I did a black background book and would use their crop tool to create little peek-a-boo pictures... it was great. Fast processing and the finished product looked awesome!
Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:05 AM
I had a great experience with both Shutterfly and Snapfish. I used Shutterfly to create my guestbook, I did a hard cover book through them, and I also made a softcover book through Snapfish of just random pics of my fiance and I. I was quite please with both, but I think for the boudoir book I will use shutterfly, only because I like the little black book template that they have. I haven't checked out mixbook or any others though!
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Posted 21 May 2013 - 01:41 PM
Thanks guys! Someone else told me they were happy with Shutterfly too, so I think I will go that route! Your input is much appreciated!
Posted 20 October 2013 - 08:03 AM
I used Mixbook and LOVED how the final product turned out. I did a black leather book and used a discount code I found online. The one that really drew me to Mixbook was that they had a ton of layouts and options along with an easy to use setup.
Posted 26 October 2014 - 10:27 AM
I used My Bridal Pix and my book came out awesome. I chose their lay flat book which had thick pages and panoramic spreads so I did not have the fold of the book down the middle of my images. What I liked most was they had templates that were just for boudoir books so my book was really easy to lay out and it looks so professional.
Posted 27 October 2014 - 11:05 AM
eek! A couple weeks isn't much time! Is that even enough time to get the shots from the photographer?
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