This month we are focusing on weddings. Tough subject for a team who scrapbooks daily living much more than big events. But, easy or not, events happen. And are great photo ops. Needing great layouts.
Rather than focus on the difficulties of scrapbooking the big day, we decided to break it down. The colors, the people, the memories of the day. Dreams realized. Hopes for the future. The details in cakes, flowers, dresses. And slowly, the layouts began to come together. In spite of our fears.
And do you know what we found? You don't need your own wedding photos to scrapbook your wedding memories. Wedding layouts don't need to be fancy. Wedding layouts are most fun when they still represent your style. And true to our nature of thinking outside the box, some of our wedding layouts might have nothing at all to do with our weddings!
So before you go running in fear from the idea of redoing your own wedding photos, please click on into our July gallery and see what fun wedding layouts can be.
Karen took the opportunity to look at her favorite wedding moments.
Donna put her three favorite photos on one beautifully designed page.
Monika found a delightful bent-knee wedding day photo to celebrate her ongoing love for her Mr. wRight.
Aly provides ideas for finishing an album you began long ago.
Marcy used this month's topic as a means to explain her taking up and closing down her wedding photography business.
Moon captures her friend's wedding in four prefectly placed photos.
Amy focuses on her hopes for her daughter's future wedding.
Christa's page celebrates the qualities in a husband that she wanted... and got!
Marie introduces us a very cute flower girl.
Vivian showcases a beautiful bouquet beautifully.
Erin is nearly a third of the way to her own 27 dresses.
Keshet celebrates the way in which weddings increase family size.
Clouds shows us how one perfectly colored accent can make your cake photo pop!
Paula takes the time to remember her flowers and the story that went with them.
Lisa K remembers her favorite moment and uses stitiching to help tell her story!
Lisa O's use of doilies and bold patterns perfectly accompanies her wedding day photo.
Francine tells the story behind a fiery jump on her wedding day.
Kelly rewrote some advice she found amongst her wedding memorabilia. Yes, rewrote. And then let go of the original. Permission to do the same hereby granted.
Jody is a young bride on a perfectly entitled page that needs nothing more.
Emily sweetly "stole" her dad's own words to journal on a layout of her mom as a bride.
Alexandra recognizes how weddings can be an excuse for cousins to gather.
And Autumn, well, she created the most wonderful page ever. Celebrating chocolate. Enough said.
We hope you enjoy this month's gallery. Click here to see it now!!