Our photographer will be giving us our photos on a USB stick. We will then have printing rights to them all. We were wanting to make a photo book of all our favourite pictures. We were then thinking of making some smaller versions for our parents. Has anyone done anything like this? What was the quality like? I know there are websites that do it but not sure how good they would be? Thank you x
I've not done a wedding one but I made a photobook of my son for my grandad before he passed away and the quality was amazing x
I used photobox and made an A3 wedding album, they had an offer on so I ended up ordering 4 of the same for the family. I couldn't find how to print a real small version of it and it took hours to make the original one. The book itself is lovely and even the photos they flagged as bad quality which were taken on phones printed great too!
I used photobox and was really happy with the quality.
We had ours on USB. We went to boots to get ours printed up. Put them together in photo albums. They were incredible quality xx
I use photobooks and they are pretty good. I made one for my fiancés nan and grandad with pics of their 50th wedding anniversary party in. You can choose different sizes and have different finishes (matte/gloss) etc. And you can choose between hardback or paper back. I think hardback costs a bit more as does matte finish. But for a wedding keepsake it's cheap as chips really xx
Snapfish is good for things like this x
I really can't recommend http://www.saal-digital.co.uk/ enough - really good quality printed on really nice paper. I also find with some of the ones out there, the prints are a bit off in colour, too contrasty, while these keep it true to form. Keep an eye out because they often have good discounts; - I used them for 'unofficial wedding albums' as well as printing photos and calendars!
We used photobox to make our mums photo albums, they had a massive sale on so we managed to get both for the price of 1! We paid bit extra to have the flat books so we could have 1 photo over 2 pages. Our mums loved them and the quality was amazing. I've only just done mine and the hubby's over a year after we got married and just as pleased with the results
I actually went through wowcher... being a little sceptical but I got a 100ish page one for around £15-£20 from smileyhippo and it was excellent x
Try www.albelli.com they're brilliant, have used them many times over the years. I think they're changing their name though, can't remember if it's Bonus Print or Truprint?
Our photographer used photobox, and we had some albums, canvases and cards made through them too. Can't fault the quality or the prices!
Used photo box for our engagement shoot photos the book and the poster were brilliant. It does take time to load up the photos as they are such high quality
We used PhotobooksUk for ours, I was a bit sceptical at first so used a Groupon voucher. We were pleased with the quality and finish and so ordered another 3 books from them in varying sizes and were pleased with them all xx
Smiley Hippo were good. We got a couple of photo books from them on wowcher deals x
Bonus print are great!
Use Bonus Print. You download free software onto your computer so you don't risk the website freezing and all your hours of hard work disappearing like happened to me on both snap fish and photo box. You design your book in whatever size you choose, using as many photos as you like and then it's delivered to your door. The quality was excellent and after seeing the books I made, which did take me 6 hours per book but totally worth it, my mum made her own of all the photos of my hen do and dress fittings. Couldn't recommend it highly enough. People can't believe it when I tell them I made the book myself.
We used Photobox. We had an A4 lay flat album for ourselves, smaller soft cover albums for our parents plus a really small one that I keep in my handbag. They were quite easy to make and really good quality. Look out for their sales, they have them regularly. X
Bob's Books are great. I use them as a photographer as an affordable option for my lovely customers.
I used snap fish and made a beautiful large album for us and 2 smaller ones for both sets of parents. X
Free prints do a free books. One a month free. Pay for extra pages. Bigger books. Different bindings and delivery. Very good quality
we did it we used snapfish. used a voucher code to get us a 100 page book. then we found another voucher code for 50% off orders over a certain amount so ordered 4 smaller books for family. they loved them. I also stuck in bits from the day like a ticket invite, a wrist band, a drink token etc.
Free prints?? Xxxxx
We did this using photobox. The quality was brilliant! They also had an offer on which meant we got a 2nd album half price so we gave that one as a gift. I'm m so glad we got to make our own albums too as it meant we got to choose the layout!
We did this, mixing the professional pictures with ones from the Guest pictures (we have them all blank CDs to post them back to us). We made 2 albums for ourselves and half sized ones for family. We use Bonusprint and they were great (make sure you check for discount codes on line). We also made album from Honeymoon. All were great
Vistaprint do some nice mini ones
We made our wedding album with vista print and it turned out amazing! You can design it all yourself, have photos different sizes, make some of them black and white, we even had a picture as the front cover. Quality is brilliant and they do a few different sizes and page number options.