Bryony Hamm
Bryony Hamm 14 Jul 2018

Has anyone created their own photobook after their wedding? I’m looking...

Has anyone created their own photobook after their wedding? I’m looking for a really good quality printers to print line out as I will be designing myself. Or has anyone had one from heir photographer but knows where it was printed?

19 Comments
Rachael Lee
Rachael Lee 16 Jul 2018

We use bob books! https://www.bobbooks.co.uk

Julianne Heffernan
Julie Heffernan 16 Jul 2018

Snapfish arent too bad, and have offers on all the time. X

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

We used photobookuk.co.uk for ours, ended up getting 4 from them in total and really pleased with them xx

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

I got mine from groupon £13.50 each page tells a story with words etc hard back with picture on too also was an a4 size with 100 pages. The business was colour (something) everyone was amazed with the quality for the price I paid xx

Michelle Goldsworthy
Michelle Goldsworthy 16 Jul 2018

I did one for my brothers wedding they loved it and I’ll be doing one for us too. We used photo box x

Cathy McBrearty
Cathy McBrearty 16 Jul 2018

I did a bridal boudoir photo shoot for my hubby as a wedding gift. I used a company called Cewe online. Really good choice and quality at reasonable prices

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

I haven't done one yet but free prints have sent me an email about a free photo book ... Might be worth a look if you're trying to keep costs down too

Amy Richardson
Amy Richardson 16 Jul 2018

DS colour labs in Manchester do excellent quality prints

Emma Southon
Emma Southon 16 Jul 2018

I used PhotoBox it was really good, you can choose the layouts and order etc! I went for the premium paper and a lay flat one, you can also pay an extra £5 to remove the PhotoBox logo from the back

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

I tried photo box and snappy fish but gave up when they froze on me multiple times meaning I lost hours and hours of work. I used Bonus Print in the end. I liked it because you download their software into your computer and save the book to your PC as you go along. The quality of the finished products was like the professional ones from photographers.

Simone Gabriella
Simone Gabriella 16 Jul 2018

Recommend bob books also!

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

www.onevisionimaging.com - profession printers, top quality. Britannia Album range is the most affordable, but some stunning options.

Bryony Hamm
Bryony Hamm 16 Jul 2018

Thank you for all the advice! I posted this as I am looking to design and print my own! I was thinking about getting the free prints ones as little gifts for people. But for our main book I wanted something of good quality and I don’t mind paying more! Have lots to look at and a place to start!

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

I see photo box, was quite expensive as I had so many pages, but I love it! It took me days to design to the lay out but well worth it! Looks very just as good as any other album I’ve seen

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 16 Jul 2018

Used this offer, took some time but the quality of the book is brilliant. I did one with pre-wedding, wedding and honeymoon pictures all together, think it was 140 pages.

One or Two 100- or 140-Page Personalised A4 Hardcover Photobooks from Colorland (Up to 85% Off)

https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/colorland-16?utm_source=&utm_campaign=UserReferral_ma

Jannette Taylor
Jannette Taylor 16 Jul 2018

I’ve used snapfish to create a photo book before, the quality was quite good (though I did choose a cheap one so more expensive ones might be best)

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 17 Jul 2018

I used snap fish and got one of their lay flat books. Quality is brilliant.

Catriona Rollason
Catriona Rollason 17 Jul 2018

I have used Snapfish for albums in the past, they were brilliant for general photo albums but you might want to use their higher end ones for wedding photos.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 20 Jul 2018

when we got our photos we created our own photobook online with asda! you can have your photos the way you want/order/ layout/ if theres photos you less prefere theyre not going to be massive and on the front cover etc (the photographers might have completley different taste to you) you can select what style of cover you want and the quality was amazing! its alot cheaper than getting your photograhers to do it! was ready to collect in 2 weeks!

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