Design Questions

We offer FREE custom album design with unlimited revisions. You will also get a free digital album! Our talented graphic designers work with you to design each album. We also offer optional photo editing and retouching services.  Just let your designer know which photos you would like to have edited.

For design purpose, we limit average 5 photos per two sides/one spread. Our albums start with 30 pages/75 photos all the way up to 60 pages/150 photos. Once you place the order, you will automatically receive a confirmation email that will contain a link explaining how to upload your photos.

We suggest choosing photos from the same “event” during your wedding (e.g. getting ready, ceremony, formal portraits, or reception), instead of choosing arbitrary photos from throughout the day. You can also submit a few more photos than what you ordered if you really have a hard time to narrow down the photos to exactly the number of the order, we will choose the best to fit in the layouts. Please read our article on “How To Choose Your Photos”.

After helping countless customers craft and hone an album, we have an eye for which and where specific images will shine. We are proud to offer a photo sorting service. Send us up to 1,500 photos, and we will select and compile them in an album – based on the photo amount you ordered. You will still receive an album preview and be able to request revisions prior to print. Reach out to us for a quote.

We have a design team that will do amazing CUSTOM designs with unlimited revisions. We also don’t use any templates to aid in the design of your album. Each album is one of a kind. First design version is typically completed within 4 business days.

We offer two design styles: modern design and magazine design. Modern design is for brides who like simple and classic design with the most focus on the photos meaning backgrounds are in either white or black. While magazine design is for brides who prefer photos to be the background and add more wedding details as supporting elements to enhance the layouts with a bit of personality.