Fine Art Albums
Ahh, the wedding album. In today's digital world of iPads, Facebook and Instagram - is the printed wedding album even relevant anymore? Of course, we hear the common argument: "My friend/cousin/aunty has a wedding album and they never even look at it".
Yes, that is probably true. But a wedding album is not something that you will look at every day (well, you might for the first few weeks or months when you get it). A wedding album is something you keep forever. Something you show your children, and something they show their children. Its something you pull out every 10 years... it's something that actually acquires more value the less you look at it.. and the longer you have it.
The printed album is actually the most future proof piece of technology you can own.
Have you though about whether or not you will actually even have the means to open your digital images in 30 or 40 years time? Do you have the means now to open a floppy disc (which, Apple helped kill of in 1998). What about a CD's or DVD's? Most major computer companies are already shipping computers / iPads / tablets etc with no disc drive whatsoever. Technology changes quickly.
The only thing that wont change, is the ability to pull your album out of the closet, dust it off, open it up and sit down and enjoy the memories.