Tuesday, May 15, 2012

My Publisher Wedding Album

Yesterday I showed you a sneak peek of the wedding album I made for Mother's Day.  Today I wanted to give you a review of how that album turned out.  I am not being compensated in any way for this review and all opinions are 100% my own.  I decided to use My Publisher for my parents album after reading several reviews and watching a couple of You Tube videos online.  The books appeared to be high quality at an affordable price.  It was fairly easy to download the software and begin creating.  For this project, I chose the Classic Album with the black leather cover.  I paid the extra money for the lay flat pages (totally worth it!) and the high gloss printing (no complaints).  I arranged the pictures in order so that it told the story of the day.  When all was said and done, I maxed out the book at 100 pages!  Here's how it turned out...

Package arrived in the mail - so excited!

Inside the box, were the albums in a soft fabric sleeve
The black leather was very nice quality - I liked it with a black & white photo

The inside cover was a soft gray color with a sheet of vellum

The pages were thick and the colors were vibrant

Side view of the album

I am not a My Publisher expert, but would love to answer any questions you have about the software, quality of the album or customer service.  I can't wait to get started on my next project with them.

Photos within the photos by WhiteKlump Photography


  1. I like how it turned out, how much does the software cost? or is it free? I guess I should to a take a look. I have several albums that I need to create.

    1. I LOVE the way it turned out. The software is free to download and I found it very easy to use. They have some really nice Father's Day specials going on right now, but they end May 21st and I don't think I'll have time to throw something together before then. Good luck!

  2. I used MyPublisher years ago and liked it but wished the quality was a little higher. It looks like they have added a bunch of new options because yours looks amazing. I love that they finally added the lay-flat pages. I was hoping to start making some albums this summer so I need to get on it. Great job!

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