Shutterfly Photobook8:00 AM
After I posted about the cover design that J made for a photobook that I was making from this photoshoot, a couple of readers asked to see the book so I wanted to show you how it turned out. I have ordered photobooks from both Shutterfly and Blurb but this time I went with Shutterfly because they have this big 12x12 size and I wanted it to stand out from the smaller photobooks that I had made previously.
Some of my favorite layouts
Here's the last layout with the back page that J put together with the date of the photo shoot.
And for comparison you can see our Blurb book against the Shutterfly book. Look how much bigger it is.
Let me know if you are interested in seeing how that one turns out and I will post about it. Not sure when I will do it though. I keep on trying to get to it and then something else comes up so I still have to pick out my favorite photos!
Oh and also, I got a tip from Monica of Ciao Chessa, who is an AMAZING photographer. (go see her blog and her etsy store if you haven't already) to use Adoramapix for ordering prints. They have all these paper choices like lustre, matte, silk, and metallic so I'm definitely going to try them out for our prints.
It's funny how when your wedding is done then you are just done with it. Like I was super motivated to get things done before the wedding and now, just picking out my favorite pictures to give to my parents is a task that just keeps on getting pushed back!
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