Now that Happy-Mother's-Day has come and gone, I can share pictures of our Wedding Book.
Embarrassingly, I've been dealing with the wedding book since Christmas. The plan was to make a book of wedding photographs to give to our families as Christmas presents. I tried Inkubook back in September but found it to be insufferable (Editor's Note: I think they've been working on their program for several months, so it's probably better now.)
Thanks to your suggestions, I went with Blurb instead. The program was super-easy to use, and I was able to import photos from flickr. Despite the user-friendliness of the program, it took f-o-r-e-v-e-r to make the book. I wanted each page to be a little different, and I was sifting through more than 2,000 photos.
I busted my butt to get the order in time for Christmas, and Blurb delivered the two books reliably on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, we were already on our way to Florida.
Therefore, the book for Matt's family became a belated Christmas present (we gave it to them when the visited in March) and a Mother's Day present for my mom.
Matt and I were really happy with how the books turned out. The only issue was that Blurb accidentally printed someone else's book at the end of our book (entitled, "Happy One Year Anniversary, Jared!"). When I reported the problem to them, they responded quickly and have shipped a new book my way. In the end, we got three books for the price of two (and got a kick out of looking at a high schooler's tribute to her boyfriend).