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Magazine-Style Photo Book To Remember A Spectacular Wedding

Sun, Apr 3, 2016 @ 04:38 PM Emily Hendrickson 0

Audrey Keller was a bride, planning the most amazing day of her life. She was looking for something that she and her wedding guests could treasure forever when she came across the idea of a magazine-style photo book. She thought it would be a hit with her guests and a great way to commemorate the event which inspired her to start the project.


After finding us on Google, Audrey read our rave reviews and decided to print with us. Since she did not have any design software on her computer she decided to give our online design tool a try.  She liked that she could drag and drop her pictures into pre-designed templates. She found it easy to use and quickly put together her wedding magazine.

She wanted it to have a “real” magazine look so she hired a graphic designer to create a barcode for the cover. The design of the magazine included the story of their proposal and pictures to go along with it. Audrey’s wedding happened before she decided to create this wedding magazine so she was able to include pictures from the wedding and the honeymoon.


When asked what advice she would give to someone considering a project like this Audrey said, “do the magazines.” The project was a hit with her guests. Working with us was easy and we had a fast turnaround time for her project. She wouldn’t change a thing.

A photo book-style magazine is a fun and unique way to commemorate any event, from birthday party to retirement ceremony. Audrey loves the way her photo book turned out and is planning to keep the cherished keepsake to look back on years later. For the next big event in your life consider printing a photo book as a fun memento.


Emily Hendrickson

Emily Hendrickson

Emily Hendrickson has worked at PrintingCenterUSA in a variety of positions and most currently in account services. She has an extensive knowledge of the printing industry and enjoys helping customers with their projects and questions. She writes many case studies on client experiences and advice columns that explore a variety of subject material, such as choosing the right product and paper for a print project. Outside of work, Emily likes to relax by reading fiction and playing video games.