Here are four ways that A La Carte Albums will rock your wedding album needs

By on May. 15th

Even action figures in love choose A La Carte albums!

Since we introduced you to sponsor A La Carte Albums back in November 2010, there have been a few awesome additions to the business that we're excited to tell you about.

If you recall, A La Carte Albums' approach is kind of like album couture — they start with a (free no-obligation) chat about what you want from your wedding album, and then the owner Jane comes up with a number of different options to fit your vision. There's no fitting your album into template A or template B. (That's the "à la carte" part of A La Carte!)

Keep reading to see the four ways A La Carte Albums will help you will make the daunting task of creating wedding albums a cinch. (Spoiler alert: one of them their special discount for Offbeat Brides.)

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1. Get the styles you want

A La Carte offers a wide range of album options:

2. Keep it within your budget

A La Carte is committed to working with a wide range of budgets, from tight to luxurious. And always working within your chosen budget to get the effect you want, rather than trying to up-sell. As Jane put it, "You're going to be looking at your wedding album for a long time, I don't want people to look at it thinking 'if only I had made extra car payments instead.'"

3. Fix up your pictures

A La Carte offers more than just album design, they can also fix problem pictures! Yup, from just basic improvements all the way up to major retouches (most popularly, wardrobe malfunction fixes — bending over to cut cake + strapless dress = a little more show than a lady wants.)

Since that feature has become super popular A La Carte has now added the more-a-la-carte "DIY assistance" services for people who need just retouching, or just help editing their hundreds of wedding pictures down to a reasonable number for a book.

4. Save money

OFFBEAT DISCOUNT: A La Carte Albums is still offering their 10% design discount for all customers who mention they found them via Offbeat Bride.

So while there is total creative freedom when you create an A La Carte album, there is also a lot of hand-holding to prevent decision fatigue. So drop 'em an email and see what you can create together!

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About Megan Finley

Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher for the Offbeat Empire. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog, Twitter @meganfinley, and Instagram @meggyfin.