Shutterfly Wedding Photo Books

by Joey Posted on March 22, 2013

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I’ve created many photo books and this time I used the Storytelling Wedding Collection Guestbook. I decided to try the lay flat pages. I really like this template, it allowed me to be creative and it also had the perfect title page of thanking friends and family. It sounded so much like Paige, the Bride. I sent her a screen-shot just to make sure she was okay with the wording. She loved it. She sent me photos of their engagement shoot so I used those throughout the book.

I was really curious how the 2 page spreads would turn out, and they looked fabulous. When it was time for me to order the book; they were 40% off including Storytelling and Layflat pages. I saved a chunk for a photo book that looks better than any store bought one plus it gives a personal touch. Paige sent me how Rob proposed to her, so I put that in their book also. Such a sweet story.

I was beyond thrilled when the book arrived and how protected it was in the box. The pages are thick and sturdy, its bound together well.

I was told it should be opened on a flat surface. It was a lot of fun to do and now I can’t wait to give to the couple. It will be my wedding gift to them.

I was also told to use regular ball-point pens when guests sign it versus a sharpie pen.


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I have been a long time Shutterfly fan since 2004. I got interested in photography after seeing the images that other Shutterfly members captured. It inspired me and made me want to try new things with my camera. I'm very much an amateur at photography. I really enjoy it, though. It's fun to see what I can capture when I look through my view finder. From photo books, to prints, enlargements, all kind of photo gifts; I have tried them all. I love how Shutterfly is growing in the products area. I have yet to be disappointed in something I ordered for myself or for a gift. Carry your camera with you every day, you never know what you may find that inspires you.

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