Blogger Buzz: First Year of Marriage Photo Book by Almost Makes Perfect

Relive your adventures long after the return trip home! We challenged superstar bloggers to transform their travel photos into a coffee table-worthy photo book. Glimpse into these fabulous creations, and wait for the wanderlust to set in. Today, we’re sharing tips from Molly of Almost Makes Perfect, whose clean and modern aesthetic is pure eye candy.

Excerpt from Almost Makes Perfect:

I think we’re all probably super guilty of keeping all our photos on our phones forever, and only reminiscing when you’re going through to delete photos or on the Apple TV slideshow screensaver thing. So I was super excited when Snapfish reached out to me to create a photo book, because I immediately knew I wanted to create a book of our first year as newlyweds — before it was too late.

The Snapfish photo books are super easy to make — and you can add photos directly from your Instagram, meaning you don’t have to go searching for all those memories you can’t remember. They recently redesigned their site and it’s super easy to navigate. But in my opinion, the best part is how clean and modern the book templates are. You can easily customize the pages for your photos, but I am so happy with the layout. Way more my style than those cluttered corny scrapbook templates… We’ve been so lucky to have an amazing first year together full of trips and memories, so I’ve been obsessed with looking at this book ever since it arrived. I’m gonna try to make an effort to do one annually. We’ll see how that goes right?

Right on, Molly! Check out her full blog post to read (and see) the whole story.

Photos courtesy of Almost Makes Perfect.

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