Wedding Album

12 Feb

Bradley and I got married about a year and a half ago. We had an excellent photographer, Jennifer, and after the wedding she sent us a CD of over 1500 pictures. Too many? Naahh. I’ve looked through them at least 100 times. 😉

Before Christmas, I put the pictures together into a hardcover book on Blurb. It was very simple to use and came out looking professional. They offer many different layouts, book sizes and page types. I chose a Large Format Landscape 13×11 inches, 142 pages Standard Mid-Grey End Sheet with Premium paper – Lustre Finish. They offer the flexibility to make as many pages as you like. I kept adding and adding pages (initially I thought I’d be around a 30 page book. hah.) until it was just the way I envisioned.

Here are some pictures from our wedding album!

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Right now, Blurb is having a sale where you save 20% when you use coupon code MYBOOKLOVE at checkout through February 15, 2013.

Over at Design* Sponge today, there’s a great list of ideal date ideas from the creative community. Usable for Valentine’s Day or any other date night!


4 Responses to “Wedding Album”

  1. Christie 12.12.2013 at 8:58 pm #

    I scrapbooked my wedding – since things like Blurb weren’t available at the time 😉 Now I love Paper Coterie, and they always have a discount on one product or another. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Sue Mitchell Russell 25.25.2013 at 11:30 am #

    How many pages did it end up, Jill?

    • Jill (joodlesdoodles) 25.25.2013 at 11:55 am #

      It has 142 pages. If you’d like, you could order a copy online. I can send you the link!

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