There's no better way to enjoy your wedding photos than sitting back and relaxing while you turn each page, reliving every moment from your special day. A wedding album is the ideal presentation for your photos. Yes, you can show family & friends your photos on a computer screen from a disc of thousands of image files. Or you can hand select your favorite photos, having them designed into a beautiful, professional album that will preserve the images for generations.
A wedding album tells the story of your wedding day. It's a visually appealing way to present your photos to family and friends. Once a Bride and Groom are settled into their new marriage, there comes a time when they want to look back at their wedding day. Sharing the intimate experience of looking at your wedding album with your significant other will truly allow you to relive those special moments. Many people will enjoy their wedding album every year on their anniversary. Professional wedding albums will last a lifetime and eventually become family heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation.
Wedding albums protect your wedding photos from the ever changing digital world. Many people receive a disc of their wedding images from their photographer and choose not to have a wedding album. In the digital world we live in, where technology is constantly changing, it's possible that 10 or 20 years from now, we won't be using CDs or flash drives any longer. How will you view your photos? Consider your wedding album a type of insurance against these changes. A wedding album will never go out of style or become obsolete.
EVER Album Designs has access to high quality, archival photographic prints and albums. Everyone asks, what does 'archival' mean? Archival means that everything about your albums, the pages, the prints, the glues used to bind the prints to the pages and the album covers will look the same over 50 years from now. We live in a day and age where we're able to preserve photographs using archival methods. Many album companies use archival methods. Take advantage.