Tonight I wrapped up a post-wedding project that's been in the works for a while: making a Blurb book of our favorite Smilebooth photos. Over the course of the reception more than 600 Smilebooth photos were taken, many of which are total keepers, so making a book seemed like the most efficient, cost-effective and accessible thing to do with our digital negatives. We'll keep it on our coffee table and have a good chuckle every now and then when we crack it open.
Wanna see? Of course you do! Check out the full preview below...
In the end, I used about 185 photos. Not even a third of the total! (That's not to say that I think more should have been bookworthy, just that I thought I was using a ton and I barely made a dent! Plus, there are plenty of duplicate pics.) I came out with 64 10"x 8" pages, which will be printed on premium paper and shipped to me for a grand total of $44.35 (I had a coupon for the paper upgrade, which saved about $6.50).
This will make a nice companion to our guestbook (also a Blurb production) since a lot of guests missed one thing or the other. Putting them both together should give us a good record of who all was at the wedding when we can't remember anymore!
Did you (would you) have a photobooth at your wedding reception? What did (would) you do with all the pictures after the wedding?