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If you’re looking for a more affordable option than the genuine leather cover – a leatherette cover option is always a good choice. Below are some images of a 20 x 27cm personalised leatherette combo cover album with 140GSM mounted pages:

We can also help you create custom guestbooks for your wedding day – a great option to make proper use of your engagement couple photoshoot 🙂
See below some images of an A5 guestbook:

For more examples of our albums, have a look at the following links:

Premium Designer Wedding Albums
Custom Premium Designer Albums
Premium Designer Albums with Personalised Covers

Contact for a custom quote on albums and guestbooks.

MR & MRS NAIDOO |galagos cullinan weddingApril 4, 2013

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Evasen and Celia are the sweetest, kind-hearted couple and it was such a pleasure capturing the moments on their wedding day. They had a Hindu wedding ceremony on the 10th of February 2013 at Galagos Country Estate, a lush forest venue just outside Pretoria.  They kept things simple with a wedding theme that Celia describes as “East meets East and then swings by West”. There are so many special elements in this wedding; I absolutely adored the beautiful colours during the ceremony and the fact that both bride and groom had exactly the same surprise for each other during the reception: videos from friends and family from all over the world!

I asked Celia to describe how/when she knew Evasen was the one:

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MR & MRS AREFF | engedi cradle of humankind weddingFebruary 14, 2013

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On the 16th of December 2012, Zunaid & Aadilah became husband and wife during a beautiful wedding ceremony at Bosmont Masjid in Johannesburg. This was the first Islamic wedding ceremony I had ever attended and I felt so honored to be their photographer – I was beyond excited! It was an amazing day filled with family and friends and tons of special moments.

The day started at Bosmont Masjid followed by the marriage register/license being signed at Aadilah’s parents’ home. Zunaid then took his lovely bride to his home (just down the street) where lunch was served and the celebration started. The couple got dressed in their reception attire (two wedding dresses – what a lucky bride!) and the celebration continued at En Gedi wedding venue in the Cradle of Humankind.

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