Albums And Frames / July 18, 2018 / Nina Wilkinson.
Flush Mount Wedding Albums -these are usually crafted with hard covers and board-type pages that don't bend. Basically, the photos are dry mounted on cardboards and extended across the whole page. Depending on your choice, you can have your flush mount album combined with a high quality of printing, which is an excellent idea.
There are different kinds of adhesives specifically used for mounting photos, such as photo squares or photo splits. Scrapbookers love using these because they can easily remove and reattach photographs (and other memorabilia or embellishments) without defacing the rest of the page. There are also glue sticks for attaching other elements to your pages, although I don't recommend using these in areas of high humidity.
Storybook Wedding Albums -on the name itself, you need to organize the photos in a chronological order along with a story behind them. Any wedding album can actually be a storybook wedding album.Matted Wedding Albums - these come in frames, in which a photo is hand-mounted. Whether your photo is digitally or conventionally printed, you can have it placed nicely in a matted album and change it if you want. These albums are often considered as traditional albums.
After this, you will then need to choose which album would you prefer -- a ringed album, a post-bound album, or a strap-hinged album. The most commonly used album type is one with a three-ring binder. It's easy for beginners to refill, remove or add more pages to this type of album. And because the pages are easily removed, you won't feel pressured to fill the entire album all at once. (I realize this sounds stupid, but it really happens with a lot of beginners!)
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