PALO ALTO, CALIF. (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
BrideBox, a leading wedding album creation service offering a design platform and full range of albums for modern do-it-yourself couples, shares five “to dos” for newlyweds to consider after their “I dos.”
“When the wedding day is over and the honeymoon has come to an end, the last thing newly married couples want to do is delve back in to wedding details,” says Chanan Steinhart, CEO of BrideBox. “To help combat this stress and set the process in motion, BrideBox has compiled a list every bride and groom can consult to efficiently address those post-nuptial necessities, from creating their BrideBox album to storing the wedding dress.”
1. Create your wedding album. Most couples find this process overwhelming due to thousands of photos to sort through and the high dollar amount a photographer charges to create a wedding album. The software program available at http://www.BrideBox.com allows the happy couple to easily create their own professional looking album without a professional price tag. In fact, BrideBox uses the highest quality printers, professional photo paper and binding materials in each album, and offers a range of album styles to reflect the couple’s personality and budget. Also, don’t forget to back-up your photo files. More often than not, digital memories get lost including wedding photos. Storing images on the cloud immediately upon receiving them from the photographer is highly recommended.
2. Start the “Thank you” process ASAP. Proper etiquette suggests that wedding thank-you notes should be in the mail within two months of the big day. To help achieve this deadline, simply set a daily goal, say 10 per day, and mail them out as completed.
3. Return unwanted gifts in a timely fashion. Pick a date and just do it. Some stores are more lenient with return policies but either way, get rid of the duplicates and items you’ll never use. Store credits can be used for future purchases.
4. Make it legal. Changing your name, updating beneficiaries, tax forms and all the paperwork involved is a daunting task, but procrastinating doesn’t make it any better.
5. Clean and store the wedding gown. Experts recommend that brides dry-clean their wedding dress no more than six months after the big day. Ask for recommendations to ensure they have experience with wedding dress storage. Once it’s home, store in a cool, dry place – but not the basement.
Bride Box is devoted to helping couples design their own wedding albums without sacrificing the top quality materials and photo finishing that mark a professionally produced album. BrideBox combines years of wedding photography expertise and a proprietary process that gives consumers access to products previously only available through photography professionals. The BrideBox line of wedding albums offers unmatched quality, combining the benefits of technology with the skills and individual attention of imaging professionals. BrideBox is a division of DigiLabs, Inc., a privately-held company that creates superior photo products available through professional photographers. Find BrideBox on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/bridebox or for more information, go to http://www.BrideBox.com.