Probably the most popular photo chosen by couples is the
formal shot of the rings, and this pair of newlyweds also choose a formal
line up of the immediate family for the rear cover.
Possibly the second most chosen cover is a photo of the
bride and groom, and in this example the couple chose a very similar shot
to be used on the rear. The fonts are again themed with the colour sampled
from the grooms tie.
Another very popular theme is the front / back, and in this
instance the bride chose the front and back of the wedding dress for the
covers. Another common theme is the front / back of the wedding car. As can be
seen, a photo of the brides shoes were faded into the front corner.
This example to the left, uses a cut out window with a
card inserted behind, in this case a thank you card, which displayed the
couples names. This cover was an unusual combination of a cut out window in
a printed canvas cover, but worked very nicely.
This example was also shown on the previous page, and has an acrylic front cover that is then 3/4s bound in cloth. A very classy combination.
This couple also chose not to have any text on the front, instead opting for a title page inside the book, detailing their names, date and marriage location.
|This album cover was largely created
following some precise instructions from the groom, and has turned out very
nicely. A monochrome cover of the rings and bouquet and some small subtle
Further text can be found on the rear along with an illustration drawn and supplied by the groom himself.