Create your own photo book & make moments last a lifetime!

Because sometimes one copy of your photo book just isn’t enough

If you’ve ever ordered a photo book with Albelli, you’ve probably noticed that you can order a second copy (or multiple copies) of your book at the checkout.

But why would you want a second copy of the same book?

We asked ourselves that same question and came up with more than a few good reasons. Take a look below for a few examples of when two copies are definitely better than one!

Travel Book

Create a photo book of a recent trip with a friend and order an extra copy of your book to give to your travel buddy!

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Book for Grandma and Grandpa (or Aunties and Uncles)

Make a photo book of the kids to share with your extended family. You’ll definitely need two copies, one for each side of the family!

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Friendship Book

You’ve shared so many memories with your best friend. Create a photo book with all the special moments you’ve spent together. Keep one book for yourself and give the second copy to your friend!

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Want a few more examples? Take a look at the other ideas below!

– If you give a photo book as a gift, keep one for yourself too

– When you create your wedding book, give a copy to your maid-of-honor or best man

– Make a professional photo book and get an extra copy for your business partner

10 months ago 2 Comments Short URL

Author: Miguel Benavent

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  1. Mrs Hazel Powers says:

    Today Feb 25th I ordered a photo book but when I applied the code 24F1Pb I got a message to say that ir was not valid. I have continued to order but would like to know why I could not have 2 for 1 as your E mail promised.
    Hazel Powers

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