Wedding Albums


The most important photos deserve to be printed. There’s a permanence, something really significant about holding a physical photo (in any form!) in your hands, that you just can’t replicate on a screen. Pulling out your wedding album, re-living the day, remembering your guests… there’s a magic in that. I’ve tested lots of suppliers and have chosen two album makers who’s craftsmanship will stand the test of time, so your wedding photos can be appreciated for years to come.


Fine Art Albums

…handmade in Yorkshire, using environmentally sustainable materials.
Their hand-made process means that your album will be bespoke to you and perfectly crafted so it will last for generations.

Fine Art Album:

  • Your choice of leather, vegan leather, fabric, or photo cover.
    (See examples here).

  • Option to have your names and/or date embossed, printed or foil printed on the cover. (See examples here).

  • Size choice of 10×10” or 12×12”

  • 30 pages as standard with the option to add more

  • Lay-flat – meaning you can print across the crease

  • Textured fine art paper

  • Smaller parent copies available

Coffee Table Books

…offer a budget-friendly option for a printed wedding album.
With a printed hardback cover you have the choice of using a wedding photo or selecting a plain colour with your names and wedding date.

Coffee Table Book:

  • Hardback printed cover

  • Size choice of 8×8” or 12×12”

  • 30 pages as standard, with option to add more

  • Lay-flat – meaning you can print across the crease

  • Smooth matte paper

Images kindly supplied by Electric Blue Photography




12×12” Fine Art Album


10×10” Fine Art Album


12×12” Coffee Table Book


8×8” Coffee Table Book

All prices include:

  • Design of your album with layout proofs and up to three rounds of changes.

  • 30 pages, with the option to purchase additional pages if needed.

  • Postage & packaging.


Wedding Album FAQs

How many photos can I have in my album?

30 pages can comfortably fit around 100 photos. Less is definitely more with good album design as the aim is to showcase your favourite images. The best thing to do is to choose your favourite photos from each part of the day, if that’s more than 100 it’s no problem. At the design stage you can decide if you’d like to add more pages.


How do I choose the photos for my album?

Using your online gallery, you can label the photos you’d like to include in your album. I’ll then use these photos to create the layout design for you. Once I’ve completed the first draft I’ll send it to you to review and request any changes you’d like.


What’s the difference between a Fine Art Album and a Coffee Table Book?

The main difference is the paper and the cover personalisation options. The Fine Art Album is a handmade product, using thick, slightly textured fine art paper, with a range of fabric covers and text personalisation options – because of this it feels like a substantial, quality heirloom album. The Coffee Table Book uses smooth matte photographic paper, with a hardback printed cover. Due to the printing process there’s a small barcode on the back of the cover, which enables you to order more copies in future. If you have the budget I’d always recommend getting a Fine Art Album, however the Coffee Table Book is a great alternative and if looked after will also last for generations.


How long will it take to get my album?

Once you’re happy with your design and have chosen your cover I’ll order your album. For Fine Art Albums the turn around time is typically 25 working days, and for Coffee Table Books it’s 14 working days.


How do I order an album?

Just drop me a message using the form below or email me directly via
Let me know which type of album you’re interested in and I can send you more info on cover options and the design process.



Which album are you interested in?



Cat, sadly, not included.

Cat, sadly, not included.