Winter weddings might be the least favorite among brides but there are those who find beauty in the cold. Love, after all, is suppose to be for all seasons.
We don’t want this post to be melodramatic. Actually, what we wanna show you are 12 of the best winter wedding photos that we’ve seen which would be perfect wedding album covers. Choose your favorite and drop your comments below!
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Choosing your wedding photos can be as difficult as selecting your wedding dress. But before we go into your album layout, here are some of the common questions with regards to sending us your photos. How to submit photos, what kind of files are required, and questions on photo quality are all answered here.
How do I submit my photos to Your Truly?
You must upload your high-res image files directly to your Yours Truly account when prompted once we have your order information. We cannot accept CD’s, DVD’s, negatives or physical photographs.
What type of image files are required?
We accept only JPEG files. JPEG files are smaller and allow for a faster upload time. Images with file extensions such TIF, PSD, DNG, CR2, NEF, ARW, etc. not acceptable. There is a file size limit of 25mb per photo.
Do my photos need to be in any kind of order?
If you’ve already selected just the photos you want in your album, we’ll ask if they are sequenced by file name prior to uploading. Sequencing your photos can help insure a better first draft of your layout, however it is not mandatory.
You are probably looking at tons of photos from your wedding and having a hard time deciding which one will make the perfect wedding album cover. Especially if you have chosen our Photo Cover Style (Click here to check out our three album covers), the selected photo has to be the best.
Our talented designers are always available to help you! However, we’d like to give you a few tips on which photos are the best choices for the cover.
Here is our Top 5 wedding album cover favorites.
1. Post wedding ceremony shoot
Minutes after the wedding has ended and before you join family and friends at the reception, your photographer and your wedding planner will whisk you away for a romantic photoshoot with your new spouce. Since the photographer has more of an opportunity to be creative and with the bride and the groom still in euphoria after a beautiful wedding ceremony, you can usually find the best wedding images here.
Cherry blossoms are closely associated to Japan but do you know that you can also see the most beautiful part of spring in other parts of the world including North America?
A cherry blossom, which is a flower of trees belonging to the genus Prunus, is thought to have been native in the Himalayas in Central Asia and have been re-cultivated to other temperate countries like South Korea, China, the Netherlands, Germany, Turkey, Canada, and the US.
The Branch Brook Park, which is shared by the City of Newark and the Town of Belleville in New Jersey, is the oldest country park in the US and is the home of the nation’s largest collection of cherry blossom trees with about 4,300. Japan also gave 3,000 cherry blossom trees as a gift to the US in 1912 which were planted in Manhattan and line the shore of the Tidal basin in Washington D.C, specifically the West Potomac Park where they held the annual Cherry Blossoms Festival.