Of all of the gifts you receive on your wedding day, your photos will surely be among the most treasured. Images as special as these deserve a stunning way to display them. We’ve compiled this guide to some of the best wedding photo books and albums available, as well as beautiful, creative alternatives. (And of course, you don’t need to pick just one).
Libby and Josh didn’t have look too far to find their perfect wedding venue—it was waiting for them in their family’s backyard.
Bride Erin has always loved citrus. Groom Trevor pictured a wedding with a rustic, Italian look. For their big day, the couple combined the two—and added a brunch reception in a barn to top it all off.
Rebecca and Henry wanted to center their wedding celebration on their closest loved ones—so much so, that they wrote a letter by hand to each and every one of their 50 wedding guests.
Not many couples could leave their wedding reception decor a complete surprise like this couple did—but Krysta and Kaitlin’s celebration was unique from the start.
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For their big day, Jared and Alexis picture a simple, low-key celebration surrounded by their closest family and friends, as well as their sweet daughter, Olivia.
Aranda and Joe are the very first couple to be married at the AK Diamond J Ranch in Homer, Alaska—in fact, they booked the spot sight unseen, before it even officially was a wedding venue.
California’s Pepperdine University is where it all began for Tawni and Jake.
After meeting through their college’s church group, Samantha asked Nathanael out for a cup of coffee—with every intention of explaining that she only wanted to be friends.