Fine Art Wedding Albums


I believe every wedding deserves an album. Your wedding photographs deserve to be printed and presented in a beautiful and tactile piece of craftsmanship in recognition of the love and effort you put into your wedding day.


How to order an album


My approach to photographing your wedding is to tell the story of the day and I’m always specifically working with the final album in mind. The pictures have to make sense visually, like the storyboard of a movie, to convey the narrative of the day through the beautiful portraits, scene-setting details and all the emotion and joy in the natural moments.

I’ve tried a number of album manufacturers, but I’ve always come back to Folio Albums for the quality of the printing and the craftsmanship that goes into each fine art book.

Folio Albums are based in the UK. They have impeccable eco credentials and every album is hand-bound using the finest quality cover materials, papers and inks.

Images are printed directly on to the page with archival quality inks and each double spread opens out flat with an almost invisible crease so your photographs can be displayed across a whole spread.

ORDERING AN ALBUM


This is perhaps the last piece of wedding admin, but it should be the most enjoyable. Savour the process of putting your album together. Take your time to choose your favourite photographs to preserve the story of your day for generations.

10"x10" Fine Art Wedding Album


£450


20 Lay-Flat pages

Your Choice of Leather or Fabric Cover

Your Choice of Cover Text

Custom Designed Layout with Unlimited Revisions

UK Shipping Included

Additional Pages: £30 per Double-Page Spread

25% off Additional Duplicate Copies

6″x6″ Parent Copies 50% of Main Album Price

12"x12" Fine Art Wedding Album


£500


20 Lay-Flat pages

Your Choice of Leather or Fabric Cover

Your Choice of Cover Text

Custom Designed Layout with Unlimited Revisions

UK Shipping Included

Additional Pages: £40 per Double-Page Spread

25% off Additional Duplicate Copies

6″x6″ Parent Copies 50% of Main Album Price

The design process


As a guide I suggest you choose about 60 – 100 photographs, depending on the size of the wedding, but I do not want to restrict you, a we can always add additional spreads if necessary. However, the album should be the final, perfect edit of all your hundreds of wedding photographs, so it’s best to resist the temptation to stuff it with as many photographs as possible. Too many pictures will dilute the impact of the very best ones.

Albums also look better when the photographs are not too crowded on the page. For clean and contemporary layouts it is always better to add pages than squeeze too many onto the page.

You should choose photographs from all parts of the day and choose different photos if you can – not two shots that are almost the same, unless they are part of a sequence that you particularly want to show.

Step 1

Choose your photographs from your client gallery. Hover over a picture and click the heart icon to add to your favourites. Let me know when you’re done and I’ll use those favourites to create the layout.

Step 2

I’ll design the album around your favourites. I may add in other incidental shots to help with telling the story or to help with the layout.

I’ll send you the design to review and make any changes to the layout or the choice of images. We can do this as many times as required until you are totally happy with the final design.

Step 3

Scroll down to see the colour choices for either fabric or leather cover options.

You can click the thumbnails for a larger image and the personalisation options available for that cover material and colour.

Further down you can see the cover printing options and the different fonts.

Step 4

When you are happy with the final design and you’ve chosen your cover, the text for the front of the album, the personalisation style and the font the artwork will be sent off for printing and binding.

This takes about 4 weeks and the finished album will be sent to you by courier.

Printing Font Options

For debossing and foil blocking you can choose from Bebas, Prata, Helvetica or Coronation. The latter is used in traditional bookbinding and is similar to Century Gothic.

For printing, engraving and 22 carat gold there is a wider choice which includes Bebas, Bombshell, Century, Century Gothic, Courier, Futura, Gill Sans, Helvetica, Magarella, Melinda, Montserrat, Prata, Times, Trajan and Univers.