Recently, I was contacted by Easy Canvas Prints with the request for a link ad, in exchange for an 8×10 canvas print. Because we had just gotten our professional wedding photos back, I thought it would be a good way to see how we (and by “we” I mean Travis) liked a photo on canvas print before we spent money on a really large one.
If you managed to get through my lengthy Kodak Gallery Photobook post, you may have noted that my process is fairly simple, yet the time it takes to make decisions almost doubles once I get my sweet husband involved. I think I’m supposed to be happy he has an opinion and wants to share it, but sometimes it would be easier if he just let me do what I want. [note: He actually does let me get away with an awful lot of things, so maybe I should just be grateful for that and let him have his opinions about things like, say, our wedding photos.]
Read on for gratuitous wedding photos and see which one we chose…
Disclaimer: As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a standard Medium Hardcover Kodak Gallery Photobook. However, we opted to upgrade to a Large photobook with extra pages and paid the difference ourselves.
Almost five months ago, I married the most amazing man. Five months may not seem like a long time, and I’d agree with you. It’s flown by so fast, I feel like we’ve been time traveling. We finally received the pictures from our photographer and I figured they would sit in their beautiful case for ages before I actually got around to arranging them in a photo album.
Serendipitously (totally a word, I say so), right after we got our photo disk, I got an e-mail from Foodbuzz offering a free Kodak Gallery photobook to review, as long as I got a post up by a certain date. Photos in hand, free photobook, AND a deadline? The universe wanted me to get this done.
I had actually been dreading making a photobook because there are so many places you can build one, it can get pretty expensive, and I have absolutely no idea what I’m doing in terms of page layout and design. I am an engineer. We deal in straight lines and numbers. No artsy photo arrangement skills.
Continue reading to see how Kodak compensated for my left-brainness…
I should be packing, but that’s boring, and looking at some teaser photos of our wedding is WAY more fun. I promise, once we get back from this little trip of a honeymoon, I will gush all over the internet about our wonderful vendors, but for now, you can gaze at the cuteness that is us.