Once you receive your amazing engagement photos, the next step is to show them off in a book! We offer two engagement albums to choose from. Many wedding couples select our Coffee Table Book, which is a portfolio album designed with large images. It is very presentable, and it looks great on a coffee table :) Others opt for our Engagement Signing Guestbook, which is designed with extra whitespace. This enables wedding guests to leave messages around the images for the wedding couple.
Both albums are designed by our creative team, and showcase up to 20 of your favorite image across 10 spreads. The images are printed on a fine-art, matte paper, which allows the prints to be rich and full of color! The price for this book is $495
Our engagement books come in three sizes, and are priced the same. You can choose from the 9″ x 12″ Vertical, the 10″ x 10″ Square, or the 10″ x 8″ Horizontal book.
At just a tad bigger than a letter size piece of paper, the Vertical book is the largest option. Take a look at this vertical book below, with a Boysenberry cover.
We recommend choosing up to 19 images to showcase within the book, and one image for the photo strip on the front cover. Or, if you choose to keep it simple, we can always create the book without a photo strip. In all of our books, images can span seamlessly across the gutter line, with extra whitespace for guests to sign.
The second largest option is our 10″x10″ Square book. Check out April and Aaron’s engagement signing book below in White Chocolate.
The horizontal engagement book is a nice, compact size, and it is a good option for weddings with fewer guests. Check out the horizontal option below, with a Candy Foil cover.
The guestbooks are about one inch thick, and are ideal for writing, because the pages lay flat. Each guestbook comes with two smear-less pens that write beautifully on the fine art paper.
For couples who choose to feature their engagement photos in a Coffee Table Book, we stick with the same design aesthetics used in the Guestbook, and leave less whitespace. As you can see in Jessica and Adam’s book below, some images are presented flush across two entire pages, while other images are arranged together on a page.
For more information, or to get started on an Engagement Book, please visit our Engagement Book Guide.