Printed Wedding Albums from Jeff Schaefer Photography


Formal Album

• Available in sizes 8x8, 8.5x11, 11x8.5, 10x10, 11x14, 14x11, and 12x12
• Printed on Kodak Endura photographic paper
• Lacquer coated pages for protection
• Square corners and ultra-smooth spine
• Acrylic substrate protects pages from tearing and
warping
• 1/16” page thickness
• Folded pages with no middle seam
• True lay-flat pages
• Holds up to 60 pages
• Available with Full Cover (leather and eco leather), Small Photo, Acrylic, and Print Cover


Coffee-Table Album

• Available in sizes 8x8, 8.5x11, 11x8.5, 10x10, and 12x12
• Printed on Kodak Endura photographic paper
• Lacquer coated pages for protection
• Square corners and ultra-smooth spine
• 1/32” page thickness
• Folded pages with no middle seam
• True lay-flat pages
• Holds up to 90 pages
• Available with Full Cover (leather, eco leather, linen) Small Photo, Print, and Wrap-Around-Print Cover


The primary difference between the Formal Album and the Coffee-Table Album is the page thickness. 

The Formal Album pages are 1/16 inch thick.

The Coffee-Table Album pages are 1/32 inch thick.

The photo to the right (or below) shows a Formal Album next to a Coffee-Table Album, both with the same number of pages.


The Formal Album's pages are thick to keep larger pages from warping. The thinner Coffee-Table Album pages may warp at longer widths, so there are no 14 inch rectangular size options for the Coffee Table album.

Other differences... 

The wrap-around-print cover is available on the Coffee-Table Album only. 

The acrylic cover is available on the Formal Album only. 

The Formal Album can hold up to 60 pages, max. While the Coffee-Table Album can hold up to 90 pages, max.

Other than the page thickness the albums are practically identical. Most couples prefer the thinner Coffee-Table Album.  Couples tend to get the Formal Album only if they want an 11"x14" size, or an acrylic cover.



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