My Wedding Album
I kept putting it off and putting it off. But I now can share the news!
Since offering professional prints, I knew I wanted to create a fine art wedding album. However, when I finally got around to downloading my wedding images, my CD was scratched and unable to read the images. It was my worst nightmare! There were a few stressed tears as I frantically tried to find a solution.I tried a few recovery programs, and thankfully was able to save my images with Hastings help polishing the CD. My original wedding images were printed at Wal-mart and the biggest one was 8×10. Yikes! My original wedding ablum was a 12×12 printed book that I spent HOURS making on the internet. I digitally scrapbooked the entire thing. The pages are thin and I’m always worried that one of my kidlets will tear them. The images look awful due to the type of paper. The saddest part is that I spent so many hours adding stickers and quotes and arranging everything– and I hate it!
This week I got my BEAUTIFUL wedding album in the mail. It is gorgeous! I love it! The onyx cover is depossed with our names and wedding date. The entire 10×10 alum feels thick and lux. The pages lay flat and are lustre, thick, stain resistant, and professional quality. It’s an album that I would happily display as its perfection. I can’t wait for my brides to see it and get one of their own.
Here are a few comparisons of my old wedding album and my perfect new one:
My wedding album is the smallest number of pages the company offers because we didn’t have that many wedding pictures. But I think a thicker album would be stunning and a treasure for generations.
It comes in a beautiful box to store it in:
I also took down those Wal-mart printed photos and printed two high quality, beautiful canvases to hang on our walls. A 16×20″ and a 16×16 canvas!