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Are Wedding Albums a Worthy Investment?

Why you SHOULD invest in a wedding album

Once your wedding day fun, laughter, tears of joy and party frolics are all over and the guests have gone, the wedding decorations have been taken down, the cake has been devoured and your wedding attire is quite probably a little worse for wear, all that is left of the day that you spent many months planning for are your memories. Your wedding day costs thousands of pounds, from the dress to the food, the venue hire, suits, food, drinks, decorations, photography, etc. After spending all this money, and the preparation you have endured for your wedding day celebration, then surely it makes sense to preserve and cherish your photographic memories in the best possible way so that you, your family and friends can enjoy them for many years to come.

Sadly, it is a fact that memories fade over time. Turning the pages of your wedding album will tell the story of your wedding day and bring those memories flooding back in all their splendour and glory. It will bring back the emotions and feelings of your wedding day, as you turn the pages and see the story unfolding right before your eyes. The look on your partner’s face as they watched you walk down the aisle, that first kiss, the cutting of the cake, right through to the first dance. A wedding album is the perfect way to be able to re-live your day and even bring back some of the magical moments you may have missed during the festivities! If you are still not convinced here is what others think.

wedding album leather bound full of wedding day pictures and photos

The everchanging technological world!!

A USB stick is great as it holds hundreds of your treasured memories, however, it is important to remember that most digital media moves forward and becomes obsolete in time. For example, DVD’s often corrupt at the 7-year mark, if they have not already become redundant by then! How many computers and laptops have a DVD drive anymore? If we consider the fast pace at which technology is advancing, who is to say that there will even be a USB port on any device in the near future?