Friday, December 14, 2012
Making a Wedding Scrapbook
One of the first things that I highly recommend is when it comes to creating a wedding scrapbook, you need to be prepared in advance. Make a checklist, of what you want to have in your wedding scrapbook. I like to create an outline, especially when it comes to creating wedding scrapbooks. When you plan ahead and create that outline, you will be saving yourself a tremendous amount of time and energy. For then you will be able to funnel that time and energy into the more important parts of your wedding scrapbook.
Tip: Don't just capture the wedding
Capture the engagement and also the honeymoon. This will make for an overall wonderful wedding scrapbook(s). You will want to create at least 2 to 3 small size books, 6" x 6" or 8" x 8" size pages work the best. The reason why I say that, 6" x 6" or 8"x 8" is the best size. Is because, you might encounter a problem with the page dimensions. In some cases they can become thicker and possibly bulker then a regular sized scrapbook.
Digital scrapbooking works wonders, when creating your wedding scrapbook. You don't have to worry about gluing or adhering the back of your precious photos. Make this scrapbook all digital, drag and drop your photos to each page. When creating your scrapbook, you need to keep in mind that you are telling a story. Don't forget to journal beside your photos and be as detailed as possible.
I personally love working on a digital wedding platform. You will begin to experience the kind of embellishments these digital platforms have to offer.
Wedding ring, flowers, wedding cakes, hearts etc. etc. These kinds of embellishments, will help to emphasize the overall look and feel of your scrapbook(s).
Why I choose to create wedding scrapbooks in a digitial format, Is because it doesn't stop with just one print. You can reprint over and over again, it also protects your precious scrapbooking memories.