scrapbook layout: eighth anniversary

Anniversary Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerAnniversary Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerAnniversary Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerAnniversary Scrapbook Layout by Natalie Parker

Another year for us has passed and it’s time for me to make a new scrapbook layout to remember the day we were married.

The Story: Every anniversary we take a picture and I make a new layout to go in the wedding scrapbook.  More on the process here.  I include the business card for where we ate dinner plus a small bit of writing about the day.

Getting the Perfect Photo: I was smart this year and tried to break reminded myself how to use the tripod the night before.  The best photo of us had a guy running through it on the side of the frame.  I removed him by clipping out a piece from one of the other photos.

Guest Book Cards, Remembering those who have Left Us: Every year, I choose one of the messages our friends and family wrote to us on our wedding day and include it in the new layout.  In the last couple of years, I’ve chosen the card from someone who has since passed away.  It hasn’t been that long since our wedding day and I’m struck by how quickly people can leave us and how quickly time marches on.  I’m glad I can record something from them.

Previously: See layouts for anniversaries one through six here and number seven here.

Anniversary Scrapbook Layout by Natalie Parker

For more information on the rest of the book and supplies, visit my Wedding Scrapbook Page

Fonts: Garamond | Tools: Epson Stylus R2000 (photo), Silhouette SD (headline) | Supplies: Epson Semigloss Photo Paper (photos), DCWV Silver & Pearl Shimmer Stock, SEI White Elegance Tiara | Keepsakes Included: Restaurant business card, guest book card.

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6 thoughts on “scrapbook layout: eighth anniversary

  1. I am completely inspired by your album. I am starting to put together an album for our niece (which I will give her at her shower….so no pictures YET) I LOVE how you included engagement, wedding, honeymoon, and LOVE LOVE the anniversary pages… question is….does it REALLY fit????

    • Thanks Carolyn! I’d love to see what yours looks like when you’re finished — even without the pictures πŸ™‚

      By fit you mean do the pages fit in the album? So far, yes. But I’ll probably have to split them into two albums at some point if I keep adding anniversary pages.

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