The story of your fun day in a beautiful fine art album
There’s nothing quite like having a cuppa with your family and flicking through your wedding photos in real life! It’s something about holding a printed image and I think family albums are such special pieces of history. I can’t tell you how many albums I have on my shelves from the days of film, our family albums are something I love looking through again and again. Yet in the days of digital how often do we actually print our photos where we can see them everyday? Rarely!
My fine art albums bring your photos to life, you can touch them, you can hold them you can show them to the postman if you like! Full of colour using the highest quality materials each album is unique and crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail, I seriously love putting albums together for couples because I know how bloomin’ fab it is to look through them. Individually handmade, each album is created to order using the finest fabrics, archival paper and HD printing techniques.
Fine Art photo Book
Pages are approx 0.5mm thick and have a pleasing flexible feel.
Made using the finest quality papers and ink.
Each double page opens flat with an almost invisible crease.
Printing across the crease allows for unrestricted layout designs to showcase your images.
All Fine Art Books are hand packaged and presented in a natural cotton bag and eco friendly kraft cardboard box.
Available in a variety of colour materials.
Wedding Album Pricing
Fine art albums come with a minimum of 15 spreads (30 sides), fitting around 40 images depending on the layout. Additional pages can be purchased in multiples of 5 spreads (10 sides). Album pricing starts at £500, download the album brochure here. Once you are ready to go head here to place your order. If you have any questions fire an email over to me at email@example.com and we can chat through everything you need to know. Now go rescue your photos and bring joy to everyone that flicks through your album like the ‘olden days’ (as my four year old nephew would say).