Rebecca (Beccy) and Karl were married at Saint Georges Church in Worcester, before having their formal wedding photos in the grounds of Worcester Cathedral and hosting their wedding reception at Worcester Guildhall.
For their wedding album, they chose a 30cm square album with an acrylic cover, where a photographic print is set into a 6mm clear acrylic panel. The album was bound in black leather, and was delivered with a matching presentation case.
Most of my wedding clients take between 6 and 12 months to order their wedding album, as picking your favourite 80 or so wedding photos from 800 is no small feat. It proved so difficult for Beccy and Karl in fact that their list of 80 photos contained 146! That's not a problem though - the base size wedding album that I use contains 30 pages or 15 spreads, which on average will hold 80 images, but having more images over more pages isn't an issue. The albums themselves can be expanded up to 100 pages which will hold roughly 300 photos! Adding more pages to your wedding album works out as being rather cost effective - a wedding album twice the size isn't anywhere near twice as expensive. For Rebecca & Karl's wedding album we eventually ended up adding 18 additional pages!