Last week I shared with you the first part of the paper scrapbook layouts that I completed for my sister’s wedding scrapbook. You can also find the supply list and how I got started in that post. Here are the rest of the wedding scrapbook layouts.
The one funny thing about the procession was that my daughter, the flower girl, wore sunglasses that matched the color of the flowers. I thought my husband would take them off her when the ceremony started but he didn’t. She was one cool flower girl. I used the same sized photos in a row to show the order in which we walked.
Here Comes The Bride
My sister emerged from a white limousine when it was time for the ceremony to start. I thought the rhinestones were a great way to highlight my dad and sister in the crowd as they walked down the aisle. I used a border punch on the paper to mat the photos.
This page is modeled after the first kiss scrapbook layout in my wedding album. I love how it highlights the kiss. I used the Creative Memories heart shape cutter to cut the vellum and the silver heart.
I loved this photo of my sister and brother-in-law walking away from the ceremony so it had to have its own page. I didn’t have any embellishments for this so I made my own with die cuts, glitter and rhinestone.
Bride and Groom
I did two similar pages side by side to show off photos of the bride and groom together. I didn’t notice that I used the “just married” photo twice until the scrapbook was done. I told you I loved that photo!
To Have And To Hold
This layout was scraplifted from a friend at a crop. I love everything about this design. I think the letters are cut from the Alphalicious Cricut cartridge.
I love the simple flow of this family layout. The blue flowers really bring out the blue wedding color accent in the photos.
This layout is all about layers. I love the look of the layered paper and flowers.
Mr. and Mrs.
The happy couple is announced as they descended the stairs into the restaurant. I love the curves in this layout courtesy of the Creative Memories wavy cutters.
I believe that the lyrics to the first dance song is important so I wrote out the best parts of the song along the border of the layout.
My brother and sister had a bet for the wedding. My brother bet that I was going to cry and my sister bet that I wasn’t going to cry. I am not sure what my sister was thinking. I cry at every wedding! I cried through my entire wedding ceremony. I cried during my speech at my wedding reception…. Well you get the point. I cried and struggled through my speech and I daresay that I made a few other people cry too. I have a digital template of this layout in my Royal Wedding Template Set.
Dance With Parents
My sister and brother-in-law did the father/daughter and mother/son dance at the same time. I think this layout is based off a Page Map. I have used this design several times.
The cake was beautiful and I kept this layout simple with threes. Three photos with three flowers on top of each photo. I have a digital template of this layout in my Royal Wedding Template Set.
My sister had an awesome DJ and we all danced up a storm at the wedding reception. The middle collage is an 8×12 photo that I cut in half and matted on each separate pages of the two page layout.
The photo and layout below is one of my favorites from the wedding. My sister and her husband left the ceremony hand in hand…
This project was truly a labor of love. I hope these layouts have inspired you to create scrapbook layouts of your own! Happy scrapping!