It's funny how Pinterest has changed weddings so much over the years... both in the fact there are a lot more creative touches... and a lot more creative touches expected. Oh and camera phones... people are catching everything and then posting, adding a hashtag, and then you can find all of those fun pictures and videos so easily. Haha, it makes me feel old thinking neither of those existed when we got married!
All photos were either done by our uncle or my iPhone. ;)
And then for their wedding gift, I made their wedding scrapbook, including little things I stored away during their wedding day.
Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue. (Don't throw away the dress tags!)
My matron of honor speech (and the five drafts before it) with pictures from a few of the moments I referenced in my speech.
Can't resist a collection of black and white photos of the bride and groom with one of the best love quotations. "You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams." - Dr. Suess
I loved looking through the Instagram photos with their wedding hashtag and compiling them into a couple pages... "Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is."
I had made my sister a garter from lace and ribbon our grandma had collected before she passed. I used the last of the lace in their scrapbook along with flowers I pressed from the bouquets (let the flowers dry for a day or two, then press between paper towels and heavy books).
Print mini versions or copies to include in the scrapbook, like the program (which was a program poster), the marriage licence, or church bulletin. Yum