Lots of couples promise themselves they’ll get a wedding album after the wedding is over. But only a small percentage of them ever do. It’s one of those jobs that stays on the “to-do list” and never gets done. Like promising you’ll get a photo printed and on your wall, or popping those old prints into albums.
The thing is, it’s easy to shy away from the investment of a good wedding album. Especially when you’ve paid out for the wedding itself and the honeymoon afterwards. Good wedding albums don’t come cheap. They are an investment, I agree. But I do believe they’re an investment that’s worth making.
My advice is, if you want a wedding album, put it in your budget from the very beginning. Book it in even before the wedding takes place. Factor it into your wedding photography package so that, when the wedding’s over, you’ll have your digitals and a beautiful album to show your family. After all, Granny who can’t figure out an iPad is going to prefer looking through your wedding album, isn’t she? Go on, do it for your Granny!