Now these albums are something special. Up until now, the albums I’ve offered, while having a huge variety of options for covers, and incredible quality. Lacked one thing that I really wanted: Real photographic paper.
Fine Art printing is still beautiful, and is still available on these papers, but my heart is firmly with the photographic, chromogenic prints.
So there’s no ink on paper here, this is light-sensitive paper, exposed to the digital image from your wedding. Then developed using the same processes traditional film prints go through. Lovingly bound by the experts over at Fountain Albums, and delivered to you, the absolutely perfect way to not only present, but preserve, your memories of your big day.
So what do the options look like? Well, let’s take a look!
10″ x 10″ Leather Album
The entry point as far as size goes, but there’s nothing basic about these! For this sample I used Gary & Glen’s fantastic Puppet Theatre Wedding. On lustre paper, and with black UV overprinting on a black leather cover.
The cover is simply stunning, with the print sitting proud of the leather, it’s incredibly tactile and just looks incredible!
14″ x 10″ Fabric Album
Next up we have the 14″ x 10″ Album, this sample is finished with White UV overprinting and a pebble coloured cover. The paper is Fuji Velvet photographic paper, giving it the same incredible colour reproduction but also an ultra-matte finish.
The matte finish sits perfectly alongside the pebble cover and suits the colours of Ami and Ruth’s wedding perfectly.
16″ x 12″ Leather & Acrylic
The biggest album I offer, this is something really luxurious! With an oriental blue leather cover on the back and spine, that wraps around an inch of the front of the album, and then seamlessly joins onto a stunning photographic image mounted underneath 5mm of acrylic. This cover really gives the albums the wow factor.
The double thick lustre pages give this album an even more luxurious feel. And the size means you can fit even more images in to tell the story of your big day!
Of course, all of the covers, papers and personalisation’s can be mixed and matched. With a multitude of colours and materials to finish the albums off in, there’s something that will suit your wedding, and your home, perfectly.
And I’ll be running a very special offer for my past clients who didn’t get an album, so keep an eye on your inboxes over the coming days!
So which of the above is your favourite? And what material would you choose if it was for your wedding?