To have and to hold.

Selecting your images

How to choose your images

The first step is to choose the images you would like to include in your album. I recommend thinking about each part fo the day and selecting images for Getting Ready, Ceremony etc. As a guide I recommend selecting around 60 images for a 15 page spread, and then 6 images per extra spread. To select your images, make sure you are signed into your gallery and click the heart icon for each image you would like included. Once you have selected these just pop me a message and I shall design your album and send you a virtual version to look over. 

15 page spreads begin at £490


Historically, endpapers were neutral with a marble pattern but we offer a gorgeous collection of 15 colours to choose from. It gives you or your clients a chance to echo a theme in the images and either match, complement or contrast with the cover.


Debossing & Foiling Fonts
Digital Fonts

Cover Materials

Contemporary Leather

If you love the natural and imperfect charaterists of leather to come bursting through then choose either Latte, Sandstone, Dusk, Graphite, Truffle or Saddle. These semi-aniline leathers have character and sole.


A vegan-friendly alternative to leather is available in eight beautiful colours carefully selected to complement your images. It is wonderfully soft with a leather-like feel and is well suited to personalisation. Cover printing and debossing are my favourites.

Mini Copies

Our Mini Copies are a really lovely way for you to thank family, friends, bridesmaids and groomsmen. They’re direct copies of your larger album and are made in exactly the same way, with the same high quality materials and to the same exacting standards. They even come cocooned in a cotton bag and in their own presentation box.

The perfect, anniversary or Christmas gift

My Fine Art Albums are handcrafted and only available through professional photographers. They are produced using archival inks and museum grade paper meaning your images will never fade.

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