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Your wedding album is your first family heirloom that you'll pass on to your children and grandchildren and will be in your family's homes for generations to come. How can you make sure the quality of your products will stand the test of time? Here's the tricks to spotting poor quality albums that probably won't last more than five years:

- Look at the seam of the page. Is there cracking, pinking or discoloration of any kind?

- Look at the corners and sides of the pages. Are they peeling up or not laying flat?

- Look at the book closed and view the sides of the pages. Are they waving or warping in any way?

- Look at the printing itself. Is it colorful, vibrant and matching to the quality of the images you saw on their website?