Italian Wedding Albums
South Wales Wedding Photographer
As a wedding photographer, I love seeing my work printed. Especially when these days, it’s all about smart phones and social media, it’s so easy just to click share to show your family and friends photos from your wedding day.
This is why I’m so proud and excited to show you one of my latest wedding albums from Sarann and Paul’s Wedding at Craig Y Nos Castle.
As with your USB, I won’t just handover your album as is, you’ll get a presentation box to go with it, with you and your partner’s name subtly printed in a raised varnish. If you’re kinaesthetic, you’ll appreciate the feel of the box and the varnish as you run your fingers along the box.
The weighty cover is designed by myself, usually a vibrant photo from your wedding is chosen, as the Crystal Glance cover really sets it off. It’s not for the faint hearted, this gorgeous Crytal Glance cover is thick and has a fair bit of weight behind it. It just oozes quality with this contemporary and modern design.
The quality doesn’t stop there! Each page is thick and rigid, but you do have the option to go thicker. The paper used has a laminated pearlescent finish which glimmers with the light as you turn each page, you can’t help but feel the smooth texture on each page.
Made in Italy
I don’t get my wedding albums from your local supermarket, these are created in Italy. It’s the Armani of albums! Italians are known for their excellence of creativity and craftsmanship, they’re renowned for the high quality of their own textiles and the perfect elegance and refinement that goes into making them up.
Choosing Your Photos
I work slightly differently to other wedding photographers. I don’t choose your wedding photos for you and I don’t tell you how many you need to have in your album. Once I have delivered your wedding photos to you, you will also get your images in a private online gallery, where you will be able to select your photos for your album.
You may choose as many or as little as you want, all I do is advise roughly 3/4 images per page, this will help get an even spread across your album. If you can’t decide and end up choosing a lot more than advised, that’s absolutely fine, I can either compress the design a little to fit them all in, or you can increase the size of your album. So you can upgrade from 20 x 30 cms, to 25 x 30, 30 x 40, 35 x 45 all the way to 40 x 50 cms. But if you don’t want to upgrade the size of your album, you can increase the number of pages instead.