5 COLOR SCHEMES FOR A WEDDING SCRAPBOOK
So it finally happened – the biggest day of your life. On this fateful day, you walked down the aisle with your soul mate for a happily ever after. What a better way than scrapbooking to record those loving moments of this colossal event? Here are some artistic ideas on what color scheme to choose for your project to make it into a beautiful book of memories.
#1 Minimal White
Though it may sound simple and uncreative – a minimalist design is not easy to achieve. Despite its effortless looks, keeping everything white and clean is a difficult task. Pick white frames for all of your photographs when you decide to print them. The cohesiveness will make even the most cluttered image will look more neat.
#2 Your Wedding Colors
Whether it was spring lavender or winter navy, most brides have distinct color themes selected for their big day. If that was the case, it is natural to match your scrapbook to the same tones. For example, if your bridesmaids wore hot pink on the big day, throw in some vivid pink ribbon to accentuate your pages.
#3 Sparkling Silver
Going the opposite direction of minimal white, you can opt for a silver themed wedding scrapbook. Not only is silver as sparkly as the big rock that sits on your finger now, it also possess an understated elegance. To add some silver to your images, try gluing actual rhinestones around your pictures.
#4 Glittering Gold
Though not as popular as silver in a traditional sense, golden tones are also starting to pick up for the bridal industry. In fact, we believe gold and white makes for one of the most sophisticated color combination. If bold gold is not your cup of tea, try adding hints of a more delicate, sweet rose gold.
#5 Black and White
We do not usually associate weddings with the somber color black – but brides in white should not forget that their partner were dressed in black suits on the big day. Hence, a black and white wedding scrapbook will compliment both you and your significant other half. Also, he might enjoy flipping through the book more if there wasn’t a bit of pink on every single page.
They say that when a baby arrives to this world, no words can fully describe the feelings of the mother.
If you are not much of a writer yourself, borrowing quotes from wise philosophers is a good way to fill