Scrapbook Layout: Wedding Scrapbook Let’s Get Married Layout

Wedding Scrapbook Pre-Ceremony LayoutThis is sort of a pre-ceremony page for my wedding scrapbook.

I wasn’t sure where to put the pictures of me arriving in the car.  Plus, I was working on the ceremony layouts and did not have room for the program.  This stuff had to go somewhere and I like that this page is sort of a divider for the ceremony.

Wedding Scrapbook Pre-Ceremony LayoutIt’s very simple.  Four pictures arranged on silver stock from right before the ceremony. On the right is our program.  Underneath the program is a large block of text that covers just before the wedding and the ceremony itself.

Wedding Scrapbook Pre-Ceremony LayoutAlong the bottom, I added a piece of patterned paper with a headline cut out of silver stock and then a strip of pink below that.

Wedding Scrapbook Pre-Ceremony LayoutThat’s it.  Super simple and I’m glad I found a good home for these pictures and a good spot for the program.

Wedding Scrapbook Pre-Ceremony LayoutTo see all the pages of my wedding scrapbook so far and to learn more about the papers I’m using, visit my wedding scrapbook page.

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4 thoughts on “Scrapbook Layout: Wedding Scrapbook Let’s Get Married Layout

  1. Love that car! It’s so much fun seeing your very special day. You have inspired me to get out my photos and put a little something together (I wasn’t a scrapbooker way back when I got married).

    Do you use a Silhouette to make your die-cut titles? I’m sure you mentioned it before – I forgot! Any ideas for nice titles for those of us without a machine?

    Thanks!

    • Thanks! If you need any tips or get stuck, just let me know! I’m excited to see what you do!

      I used to alternate between printing headlines or cutting them out by hand. Since I knew I wanted cut headlines for this book, I decided it was worth it to invest in the Silhouette. Cutting by hand works (I can direct you to some posts in the past where I did it if you want), but not for page after page. I experimented a bit with printing directly on cardstock and that worked fairly well on some other pages. Just get creative with what you have!

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