Unlike digital files, you can actually physically hold onto prints and onto wedding albums. When clients decide they’d rather not invest in a wedding album right now, oftentimes those very same clients will receive their files on their flash drive and on their gallery and think that eventually, one day, they’ll put together an album themselves. I know how quickly things add up when planning a wedding, I really do. But we all know that life happens and things get put on hold, and though they may cherish their photos and WANT to have an album, they rarely find making their wedding album to be at the top of their priority list. This is because they either don’t know where to start, they don’t have time, they don’t know how to do it, or they’re feeling overwhelmed. If there is one thing that IS certain about all of this, it is that traditional albums have been around for a long time. No matter what device you have your files on, that device will very likely be obsolete eventually, so you’ll constantly need to back up/restore your images on some other new format to keep up with ever-changing technology. But with a wedding album, no matter how much things may change technologically, you know you will ALWAYS have your album.