Custom Options for your Wedding Photography Album
I always get excited when my wedding couples choose to have a wedding album made – it means that they are as excited as I am about having their photos taken on their wedding day and are ready to showcase them to the world in the form of a professionally bound book. These wedding albums are often handed down to generations to come as a family hairloom and can become an incredibly important documentation of your day. The sheer amount of custom options for wedding photography albums means that not everything can be offered in package deals, but it’s always fun when people request something special 🙂
I offer a wide selection of different wedding albums ranging from the budget concious through tot he ultra deluxe, and it’s usually the case that many people opt to have one of these made, but occasionally my couples want to work in some custom options to their album to make it as personal as possible! Once such album that I’ve just recieved today was Kate and Matthew’s album from their wedding at Mt Lofty House.
Kate and Matthew’s Wedding Album
Kate and Matthew took advantage of my package deal where I supply a full day’s photography coverage coupled with a photobooth during their reception and a small wedding album. However they wanted some custom options added to their album, including an additional 44 pages making their album twice as thick as usual, along with real leather cladding which adds that much more prestige to the feeling of the book itself.
Other Custom options
Over the years I’ve had a few couples opt to have custom options added ontop their own wedding albums, Amanda and Daniel’s comes to mind immediately as it’s possibly the largest album I’ve ever made with 180-odd pages in an A3 format, and they also opted to have a fun little photo printed on it’s cover. The A3 format is not usually something I offer as it’s often too large for many people, but it made their album look wonderfully epic!