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Wedding Photo Books: Learn About the Different Styles


Tue, Apr 19, 2016 @ 07:26 PM Emily Hendrickson 0

There are a variety of wedding booklets available. Some are created as “save the date” notifications, others are the actual wedding programs. Some wedding booklets are simply created to commemorate the event. 

1. Save-The-Date

463918_cover.jpgMost save the dates are single page programs or simple postcard invitations. Shaquana Williams is getting married and she wanted a way to share her love story with her family and friends. After looking online and rejecting traditional notifications like postcards and magnets, Shaq decided to print a save the date magazine instead.

Why It Works:

  • Unique
  • Fun
  • Memorable
  • Keepsake

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2. Wedding Program

spring-love-story_cover.pngProvide your guests with a wedding program that is colorful and fun. This will give them entertainment while they wait for the wedding to start, give them the opportunity to “get the inside scoop” and will be a memento of the wedding itself.

Candice used the back cover of her wedding program to commemorate their loved ones who had passed away before the ceremony. They wanted to remember and include them and this gave her the opportunity to do so without making the day feeling somber.

She also included a thank you for the people who had helped her most which included her parents, her pastor and the wedding vendors.

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Wedding Program Design Tips:

  • Use full page photos
  • Use the wedding theme colors
  • Keep the font style consistent
  • Make it personal

3. Magazine-Style Photobook

magazine-style-photobook_wedding.pngA magazine-style photo book printed after the event is the perfect way to commemorate the wedding. By including pictures of the engagement, the wedding and the honeymoon you can capture the “full experience” and enjoy it for years to come.

Include Pictures From:

  • Important dates that the couple went on
  • The engagement
  • The proposal
  • The wedding preparations
  • The wedding ceremony
  • The wedding reception
  • The honeymoon

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Free Photo Book Design Options

1. Free Online Design Tool

Most of the examples we have listed here were created with our free online design tool. It’s simple to get started - head to our website, choose your size and binding and start designing! Upload your pictures or import them from Facebook, add your text and clip art and we'll do the rest! Click Here to Get Started.

2. Free Blank & Predesigned Templates

We also have free downloadable templates built for the Adobe Suite. Our templates can be used in the following programs:

  • Photoshop
  • InDesign
  • Illustrator
  • Acrobat

3. Design It Yourself

You can design your project from scratch and send us the print-ready PDF. You are not required to use our free online design tool to create your booklet. Design your project however you would like and save it as a PDF - it's that simple!

Get Started on Your Next Photo Book


ABOUT POST AUTHOR

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.

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