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Capture That Special Day with a Wedding Scrapbook

Nothing is more special than the union of two people, and a wedding can be the inspiration behind starting to take up scrap booking as a hobby. Wedding scrapbooks ensures that the day of joy and celebration lives. A couple can bond through reminiscing on the feelings and events of their wedding and can be captured through your wedding scrapbook.

Your Wedding Scrapbook is more than just memories
It is clear that as time goes by so do the memory of events in our lives. Your scrapbook can be worked on as a present to yourself and others in the future. The crucial thing to remember when starting your wedding scrapbook is that you need to work on layouts. This will ensure that you have a firm foundation upon which the wedding pictures will be showcased.   A Wedding scrapbook is more than just putting pictures into a fancy book. It is a story of its own that can be retold with the visuals provided, and in the end you could use your wedding scrapbook for your children to see and experience the beginnings to their past.

Helpful tips for creating Wedding pages
You do not have to feel alone and overwhelmed with your project. There is a whole lot of help to be found so that you get the right steps in making your wedding scrapbook project a reality. You can often go to search engines and find out how to tackle the project and get some great advice. There are books and magazine written out there that will help with layouts and techniques you can use to liven up your pages.

Save your favors, cards and wrapping papers to add dimensions to your pages. If you haven’t had you wedding yet, try having your guests write a special moment they remember of you or your spouse and leave it is a vase at the guest table. Use these through your scrapbook pages as part of your journaling.

Remember that a scrapbook is a journal as well as a photo album. Take the time to write memories down shortly after your wedding so you don’t lose the little details that you remember so much at the time. A great way to do this would be to write them on the back of family pictures when they are returned from the store.

Find a color combination that will bring the colors of your photos out. Try and stay with that theme throughout the book.

At the end of your project, remember that this will be a cherished family gift for years to come for all to enjoy.

Visit this great scrap booking company for more information:  Archiver’s

Marcy Larsen – Close To My Heart Consultant. CTMH offers much more than just scrapbook supplies, including opportunities to make money while scrap booking. I love to help people get started in scrap booking. To learn more, please visit my website at http://www.marcylarsen.com.
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