Creating a scrapbook wedding planner is a fun and creative way to preserve the memories of planning for your wedding. A scrapbook wedding planner can be functional as well, and you can use it to organise ideas as you are planning. Once your wedding is over, you will still have a scrapbook to remember the planning stage.
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Organizational Scrapbook Planner
An organizational scrapbook planner is functional so that you can organise and track all of the planning decisions related to your wedding. Select a large three-ring binder and use a variety of pages and plastic pockets for organising. Large plastic pockets will make it easy to sort fabric swatches, menus and business cards from vendors. Cut out images that you want to recreate in your wedding, such as magazine photos of flowers or dresses. Use scrapbook paper and adhesive to create "idea boards" that you can hole punch and keep in your binder. You can make your organizational scrapbook as detailed or as simple as you like.
Formal Scrapbook Planner
A formal scrapbook planner only includes the items that will be used in your wedding. For example, instead of keeping business cards from several potential vendors, create one page for the vendor you are using. Use photos from your wedding for each page to reflect the choices that you made during planning. If you have fabric scraps or petals from the flowers in your wedding, include these within your scrapbook pages. Instead of a binder that can be changed, use a traditional scrapbook with a more permanent feel.
Combination Scrapbook Planner
A combination scrapbook planner includes the planning portion of your wedding in a scrapbook with the other stages of your wedding, such as the wedding day or engagement. Use elements from a formal style scrapbook planner and insert them into your wedding scrapbook album. Instead of having a separate scrapbook album for planning, the planning is incorporated into a large wedding scrapbook for a simplified and uniform result. Choose to represent the planning stages by including elements from your vendors, like business cards, and items that reflect your planning decisions, like your invitations or menu.
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