Do you really need a wedding album? Yes!
Yes, you need and should want a wedding album! Unfortunately, in this age of technology wedding albums aren’t as popular as they were decades ago when it was the only way to show off all the fun to friends and family. However, having a custom wedding album is still so important today! Couples spend so much time and money planning their perfect wedding, but there will come a day when flowers wilt and the food is just a distant memory. Photos will last several lifetimes and get passed down through generations. The floppy disk, CD, and thumb drive, however, disappear almost as fast as they are introduced. Our albums are printed on archival paper guaranteed for 200yrs!!! So, why not have a tangible keepsake that will last centuries no matter how technology advances?
Wedding albums are a storybook. They show the intimate moments and details from the very beginning of your day, to the very end. Usually, only the big moments and family photos get posted to social media, but that doesn’t tell the whole story of your wedding day. Couples can reminisce with their album on anniversaries or when friends and family come over. Looking through an album is so much more special than scrolling through digital files.
You can also personalize your wedding album to fit your personality and the aesthetic of your wedding! Albums offer so many different ways in which you can customize to your style that digital photos don’t offer. Here at Wonderland Weddings, we always present a wedding album design to couples when photos are delivered! We use Miller’s Lab, which specializes in wedding and portrait printing, to turn the album design into a tangible piece. They have several elegant features like embossing, luxury album cover materials (leather, fabric, etc.) and colors, various album sizes, background color, layout and design, storage boxes, etc.
Wedding albums are simply timeless and a great way to show off your favorite moments from your wedding day!
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**Photos courtesy of Miller’s Lab