Pictage is excellent. In order to get the big orders though, you have to be pro-active with your clients. Put them on the web and give them 10 days to pick out what they like. If they like it, they mark it. If they aren't sure, they mark it. If they think they like it, but something bugs them, they mark it. Then take them down and bring them into the studio and show them the 800 they picked out of the 1500 you shot.
Once in the studio, after them a soft drink and sit down and go over their likes with them. Proshots is excellent for this. You can even show them what various size images will look like framed. It keeps track of what family member ordered what as well.
Pro-actively meeting with the client will get you the big orders. Putting them on the web and forgetting about them will get you minimal sales. Use DVD's as closure tools. They put in a big order, off them DVD's for 100-150 bucks each. Then offer them an extra for their safe deposit box for 75 bucks, so they'll always have the images available. You figure maybe 300 images in the album, so the rest can go on DVD.
Remember, you need to be different! To offer services and a style of shooting that others in your area don't.