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The Perfect Wedding Gift? A Personalised Photobook!

Will you be attending a wedding this summer? Unsure of what gift to buy? Kitchenware can be so boring and other homeware gets used and thrown away over time. Have you considered buying a gift that will last a lifetime? How about a personalised photo book?

According to an article in Forbes magazine (Millennials Shaking Up the Wedding Industry; August 15, 2018), “Millennial couples are getting married later in life and many also have previously lived together, and their wedding registries are reflecting just that… Many couples already have traditional registry gifts like cookware and linens.”

Wedding photos are probably the most prized and valued photos you will have in your life. The wedding album – like the marriage – is meant to last a lifetime; it will be shown to countless visitors over the years. Over time, and with frequent handling, photo albums tend to deteriorate and lose their appeal.

This is why, for a momentous event such as a wedding, photo books are preferable. A photo book can proudly be placed on a coffee table where the happy couple can show off the images of their special day.

“We spent thousands of rands on our photographer,” says Tamarin (recently married, Johannesburg), “It was one of the bigger expenses for our wedding, but we were happy to part with that money because the memories are as important as the day itself. So my hubby, Collin and I were thrilled to receive a voucher for a personalised photo book as a gift from a very thoughtful friend. As soon as we received our digital images from the photographer, we were eager to create our album. At the same time, we were nervous because neither of us is a computer whizz. But to our relief, it could not have been easier! And it was fun to create.”

Photo Books, Johannesburg

With programmes designed for ease of use for even the least IT-minded person, photo books really can look professional and show off a wedding day in style for years to come.  So, if you’re looking for photo books RapidStudio has the solution. Head over to our online photo book creator and start creating the ultimate wedding album.

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