Wheeeee! Welcome to the club Fishy *grin*
Angels will lay every 7-14 days or so if they're happy; sounds like yours sure are
My mated pair were laying every Weds for a month or so; last week they laid on Monday - go figure.
Know that initially angels will likely eat the eggs themselves, especially in a community tank. This past laying was the first (out of 6 or so) where mine didn't eat the eggs in the first 12 hours, and they actually made it wiggler stage (where the yoyo loaches then discovered how yummy they are LOL
). It takes em a while to figure out the parent raising bit, so if they chow on the eggs the first few times don't get depressed; they usually figure it out sooner or later. You can also handraise em. I have some pics of mine in action as well as a couple of wiggler pics here (pages 2, 3 and 4): http://www.myaquaria.com/gallery/Allis-angels?page=2
Most breeders use a 20g tank minimum, with bare bottom, a sponge filter and little decor. With a gravel bottom the wigglers get stuck down there and the parents can't save em. A sand bottom might work, but I haven't tried it yet so can't say for sure.
If you haven't seen Steve Rybicki's page on breeding angelfish, here it is: http://www.angelsplus.com/breeding.htm
. Its got pretty much everything you need to know
Oh! And what kind of angels?? And we want pics! They usually lay in the late afternoon; mine lay around 5:30 or so. Keep a close eye on em starting next week, and when they start cleaning the area they laid on again, and their bits start swelling up, grab the camera!
Oh! Did you get a good look at their breeding tubes? Was one short and stumpy, the other thinner and a little longer? If so, then you def have a male/female pair. Sometimes 2 females will pair off and one will lay, but obviously the eggs wouldn't be fertilized.