Hailed as ‘innovative and unique’, myVbook is set to take the bridal industry by storm, allowing newlyweds to easily create their very own online ‘virtual book’ made up of wedding photographs, audio clips and even video.
The brainchild of 55-year-old Geoff Liberman and 29-year-old Mark Joyner, the myVbook software has been gaining an avid following with those opting for an overseas wedding, where relaying the day’s fond memories to friends and family was, until now, problematic.
Mark Joyner, Managing Director at myVbook, said: ”Although we originally developed the software with businesses and charities in mind, the social applications of myVbook are endless. This has been highlighted over the last few months as users have been sending us their wedding Vbooks.”
With their aim of ‘putting the heart back into the art of communication’, myVbook has been launched at a time when, due to the recession, many couples are making cutbacks and opting for smaller weddings where, sadly, not everyone is able to attend.
With membership from as little as £12 a year, myVbook is the dynamic software which vibrantly ‘captures the emotion’ and brings to life the best man’s speech, the moment the bride walks down the aisle, and even footage of the first dance set against your favourite soundtrack.
Mark added: “Traditionally, wedding albums have been static and were shared with very few people before then being left, unopened, on a shelf. Our software is the perfect medium for couples to enjoy creating an exciting and unique video photo album - to easily share with friends and family worldwide at the click of a button.”
For more information on myVbook, or to secure your very own free trial, please visit http://www.myvbook.com/weddings