Enjoy the View Photography Wedding Albums

We often get inquiries about the types of wedding albums we offer, so here’s a little glimpse inside Enjoy the View Photography’s wedding albums, including size, material and layout information. We’re pretty proud of the albums we offer, as they are custom designed, handmade and of exceptional quality.

A wedding album is a perfect tangible reminder of one of the best days of  your life. We’re firm believers in printed products, even in today’s era of digital images. There’s something special about seeing your beautiful wedding images on the pages of a gorgeous album. Not only that, but an album is a stunning heirloom that children and grandchildren will be able to enjoy for years to come.

Our albums come in three sizes: 10×10, 12×12, and 10×15. An album comes with 20 pages (10 spreads). Additional pages may be added. Our albums are panoramic, which means one image can stretch across two pages.

Even just unwrapping our albums is a joy! Our album company uses wrapping that is 100% green, made from recycled materials.

Custom Cover Options

Our albums come standard with leather or linen covers, but most couples choose to upgrade to a custom image cover. We have a variety of custom cover options to choose from, with acrylic and metal being our most popular.

An acrylic cover is an acrylic front cover panel with a metallic print bonded to the underside. It’s sturdy with beveled edges. Here’s an example:

A metal cover features an aluminum front cover panel with a metallic print emulsion that has been adhered to it. It’s finished with a protective coating to prevent scratches.

Here’s an example of a cutout, another cover option. Cutouts can come in a variety of sizes:

We also offer customizations for the interior of our albums, like real wood inlays and imprinting:

Cover Material Options

When it comes to leathers, there’s no shortage of choices! Here are just a few examples of the large selection of leather options:

Here are some examples of different leathers on client albums:

Linen is also an option for a cover material and comes in a variety of colors. Here’s an example of some of the linens our lab offers:

Here’s an example of gray linen on one of our clients’ albums:

Design Process

We strive to make the design process simple for our clients. We start off by choosing images that we feel will tell the story of your day the best. You are of course welcome to give us a list of photos that you would like us to use, however, most clients love to leave that to us since there are a lot of wedding photos to go through!

Once we have the photos we’ll be using for your album, we start the process of laying out the spreads. We like to create variety throughout the album, with some spreads containing multiple images and some spreads just one or two images. Once we have the original design, we send you a link where you can see the design and make comments directly on the pages to request changes, move photos, etc. Once the changes are made, we upload a new proof for you to view. Three rounds of proofing are included. Once we reach the final design, we retouch all the images in the album and send it to print.

Parent Albums

We offer duplicate parent albums in 12×12, 10×10 or 8×8 sizes with thinner pages than the main albums. They come standard with a leather cover (and a variety of colors to choose from); custom image covers can be added for a fee. The parent album design is an exact replica of the main album design.

We hope you enjoyed this look at our wedding albums! We think they’re pretty great!

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Wedding, senior, family and boudoir photography. Our photography studio is located in Clio, Michigan and we proudly serve all of mid-Michigan including Saginaw, Flint, Grand Blanc, Bay City, Midland, Freeland, Birch Run, Frankenmuth, Davison, Fenton and the surrounding areas.

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