Our hand-made books are crafted from the finest materials and are bespokely assembled for each wedding couple, so no two are same. In the examples below the book has an acrylic front cover – but you can choose brushed metal with a picture etched into it, polished metal, photographic paper or cream/black/brown leather. The pages are 4mm thick and lay flat when opened. In the pictures below you can also see our ‘mid-sized’ books, ‘mini’ books and ‘pocket’ books – all are smaller reproductions of the full-sized album. These albums are simply the best money can buy.
5mm thick pages give a luxury feel
In this exmple the front cover picture is protected behind a piece of clear acrylic
Each page is coated to make it ‘wipe clean’ and is protected against sunlight fading
Each book is different and individually designed with the guidance of the bride and groom
The book contains approx 80 pictures and 40 pages
You can sit with us and watch/help the design process if you wish
Artistic effects can be added to pictures to give a modern, contemporary look
Each book is presented in a stunning black protective box and is wrapped in black cotton fabric
Smaller copies of the main book/album can be ordered from us – a great gift for parents and guests
Above are examples of the many sizes that can be ordered. They range in price from £195 to £25 each (depending on size)
The perfect way to display pictures from your special day !
Below are pictures showing our brushed metal covered albums – this example is to be given to Sandhole Oak Wedding Barn in Cheshire to show to clients.
The stunning brushed metal cover with a picture of your choice etched into it (at no extra charge!)
The metal cover is heavy and sturdy and built to last a life-time
As with the acrylic covers – the album lays flat when open……..
……….. allowing us to print panoramic pictures across 2 pages
Above shows the 4 different cover styles. Acrylic, Photo Paper, Polished Metal and Brushed Metal.
If you would like to see (and feel) an actual album then please to contact us using the contact button at the top of the page to arrange a meeting.