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One of the things I often recommend to brides who are looking for ways to save money on their wedding is to purchase just the coverage and disc of digital files from your photographer instead of a large, fancy package with albums and prints. Everyone wants a nice album of their wedding photos but you can always take time to save money for that down the line instead of adding it to the wedding-day tab. So what do you do with those images once you’re ready to purchase an album? Going through a professional photographer is still an option but if you’re looking for professional quality with a more affordable price tag, I’m happy to introduce you to our new sponsor, King and Queen Photographic Arts!

King And Queen Photographic Arts offers handcrafted Italian made albums made from the best leathers, metals and acrylic covers, as well as archival papers that ensure your images won’t fade over time. You can choose your preferred style and the order in which your photos will appear. Designers in Italy layout and construct the books according to your choices. Up until now these books have only been available at a minimum of twice the cost through sites that are only accessible by professional photographers and designers. Now they are accessible to the public through King and Queen Photo!

 

Check out the super simple ordering process here:

Doesn’t that sound easy?

 

To make this even sweeter, the kind folks at King and Queen Photo are offering an AWESOME discount exclusively to The Budget Savvy Bride readers!! Our unique coupon code for 30% off of any King And Queen Photo coffee table book order (with or without mini-accessory books) is… tbsb0001 and the code expires April 9, 2012. You can enter this code into the specified coupon code box during their online order process.

Be sure to connect with King and Queen Photo on Twitter and on Facebook for more info about their fabulous products!

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Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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