Re-reading my old posts, I realized that I forgot some key information. I gave you tips on how to find a good photographer on a budget, but I never mentioned what to do with the pictures! Most independent photographers can offer prints through their preferred lab, which is usually a 3rd party and not actually done by the photographer. I recommend getting at least a few pictures professionally developed through a photo lab because the quality is MUCH better than from "discount" photo printing sites such as Shutterfly or Snapfish. I just used Shutterfly to get my prints because I didn't want to spend any extra money and was a bit disappointed with the quality.
However, I definitely recommend using a cheaper service to do any small 4x6 prints you might want because at that size the quality difference will be negligible and having the best quality prints isn't quite as important for pictures that are just going in an album. Another great thing about Shutterfly is that they partner with a lot of bridal companies, such as David's Bridal and theknot.com, to offer you special deals after your wedding. I managed to get two free Shutterfly photobooks because I was registered on The Knot website and filled out some evaluations of my wedding vendors, and because I bought my dress from David's Bridal. These books made great presents for my parents and my in-laws and didn't cost me a thing!