Print what you want to preserve

While digital images are fantastic for sharing with friends and family, there is something very special about a printed image, and even more so about a wedding album.

Being able to hold it in your hands, flick through it and re-live your day. Look through it alongside close friends and family and even pass it down through generations. It’s a keepsake to last generations.


I spent a long time choosing an album supplier that both provided the quality I required, a real passion in what they do, and excellent environmental credentials.

I ended up using Folio Albums. they’re hand made in the UK and their dedication to detail sets them apart from anything that can be bought on the highstreet. Check out the video to hear from the horses mouth, Folio Founder Stewart Randall.

Album Options

The albums are available in a range of sizes, with a square 10″ x 10″ album being the most popular. The square albums go up to 12″ x 12″ and there’s also a landscape A4 size album available.

They start with 15 double spreads holding approx 60 images and more pages can be added at the design stage. Along with a huge range of cover options and personalisation, these albums will be perfectly designed to suit you as a couple. The perfect way to preserve your images in an heirloom that will last for years to come.

Click here to view the album brochure

Wall art and more

Beautiful Wall Art

I offer a fantastic range of prints and wall art, from loose 6″ x 4″ prints to framed collections and specialist fine art frames to make a centrepiece on your wall.

Digital images are great for sharing, but there’s something special about a printed image. That constant reminder on your wall of those precious moments is a great way to enjoy your images forever more.

There are so many options to choose from I can’t possibly list them, from standard wooden frames to incredibly framed canvases and an amazing array of frame materials and colours, there’s something to suit whatever home they’re going to be displayed in.

Ask me for more info.