I went with the 12" x 14" Imagewrap Hardcover Book. Like with most online photobook generators, there are page templates for your use, but you have complete power over how your photos are arranged. The quality of the final product was absolutely amazing. The colors are so vivid and the pictures so sharp. The pages are thick. So, for any brides or brides-to-be or new parents...or whoever...out there, I would highly recommend this service.
BTW--I am in no way affiliated with Photobook America. They have no idea who I am, and they are certainly not compensating me in anyway. I am simply genuinely impressed by the quality of the product I received.
While we're on the subject of wedding photos, I realized that I haven't actually shared any gratuitous wedding photos (other than the detail shots in my wedding craft inventory post). I had figured that 99.9% of my readers were either at the wedding or friends with me on Facebook, so sharing them here would be overkill. Recently, however, I've gotten some comments from strangers (YAY!), so now I shall force those strangers to look at my wedding photos. Double yay!
I discussed my dress-buying adventures here. Well, here's shots of each dress in action:
...AND it had pockets, which I didn't discover until about 2 days before the wedding!
I'm not so sure I pulled off that whole old Hollywood glamour thing that I had mused about going for, but maybe you could see how I might have striven for that with thoughts of dress #2, birdcage veils, and cocktail jewelry in my head?
The mismatched bridesmaids dresses totally worked out...
All Photography by Betsy Limbaugh Photography
[SIGH] Best day ever...