Print your photographs!


there is nothing better than experiencing your photographs in a printed album, even years after you said i do.

I love it when my couples decide to get their images printed into a beautiful album. It’s lovely to know that they will then be enjoying their images ‘in person’ rather than losing them in the endless void of a hard drive.

I’ve worked really hard to source albums that are not only of the highest build and print quality but are also as affordable as possible for all my couples. These hand printed and hand bound books are made here in the UK from the highest quality papers and fabrics, and are a joy to hold and to look at.

They are a lovely size; big enough to do justice to your lovely day but not so bulky that you can’t easily handle the album and enjoy it when friends and family come round. I believe they are the perfect way to enjoy your wedding images and relive the story of your day. They’ll also outlive any computer.

Each album is personally designed by myself and is a beautiful, bespoke piece of personal art like nothing else.

Folio Albums

  • Beautifully Handcrafted in the UK.
  • Square, lay-flat albums in four sizes, 8×8 inches up to luxury 12×12 inches.
  • Stunning cotton and leather covers in a wide choice of colours.
  • Different weights of paper to best bring your images to life.

How does it work?

  • Choose your favourite images in your personal online gallery. You should be able to label them ‘album choices’.
  • Peruse the Desgin options, including sizes, cover colours and fabrics, paper weights and personalisation.
  • There is an online form below to fill in all those choices.
  • The size of album you choose determines the number of images you can pick. Try to pick a few images from each of the different parts of the day.
  • You can also add duplicate 6×6 albums – the perfect gift for loved ones.

Then what happens?

  • Once you’ve filled in the form I’ll email you details on how to pay and how to choose your images.
  • I’ll then put together a design for your bespoke album, that tells the unique story of your beautiful day.
  • Proofing and changes are all done in collaboration with you online incase you want any images moving around.
  • And once the final design is approved you’ll have it delivered to your door within 3 weeks.

“we’ve just received our physical wedding album and can’t stop looking over it..”



This all depends on the size of the album and the number of spreads. In an 8×8″ or 10×10″ you can normally get between 6 and 12 images into a double spread. A few less in a 6×6″ and a few more in a 12×12″. The morning and evening pictures can be squeezed a little more than the groups and couple portraits, which like to be spread out a bit more.

It’s nice if the album tells the story of the day, so try and pick a few images from each of the different parts of the day.

Be quite selective of the group shots and the couple images and try not to pick too many very similar pictures, you want to maximise the impact of each of the images.

But really you just need to pick your favourites. The images that are going to remind you of the incredible day you had.

Once the design has been finalised the album will take a couple of weeks to go through all the thorough printing and binding stages at the printers and then will be sent straight to you.

They get a little busier towards the end of the year, and lead times can get a little longer but I’ll let you know if that’s the case.

You can tag on a 6×6″ parent album to your order if you like. The design has to be exactly the same a the larger album so you might need to take that into account if you’re designing a 12×12″ album with lots of images squeezed in.

They make lovely gifts for family and friends to be able to remember your day too.

Let’s get ordering!

Simply fill out the order form below and I’ll send over payment details and instructions on how to begin the selection and design process.

Below is a link to all the design options at your fingertips. I’m sorry there are so many choices!

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Drop me a line and I’ll get straight back to you.