That being said, not everyone considers printing their images. I believe people should. It brings your images and memories to life.
With so many now viewing things online, having something kept digitally pretty much means you'll look at it once in a blue moon. I was once told that digital images and USB's are where good intentions go to die, as seldom people print them.
Having such a huge passion for what I do, it's hard to know that some people never experience the joy of seeing their special day as a physical image either hung on a wall or flicking through a book full of memories. Those that do print know that its far more frequent than you think.
Now picture this (excuse the pun) at seventy you're sat in the conservatory with the family its a warm day and you're explaining to the grandchildren about how you met, how Grandma was an absolute stunner (and still is no doubt), how your wedding day started with fantastic story unfolding and your grandchildren laugh about the stories you tell them.
At Seventy the likelihood of you using something online is FAR less than if you can reach for that album and flick those pages with those spectacular moments of your uncle snoring sat back in his chair, the waitress spilling several drinks, your parents dancing like no ones watching or that single tear of mums rolling down her face as she watched you say I do.
Now imagine being your grandchild and being able to be handed those moments and see them right in front of your eyes as you hold the stunning leather album in your hands. There's no joy like watching your children and their children embrace those moments as if they were there with you reliving the moment, album in hand.
Wedding albums make the perfect gift for that special couple. Those cherished relatives, that wonderful wife (your first anniversary is paper gents, thank me later.) Priceless moments, captured perfectly, presented sensationally for you to keep forever.