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Coming up with perfect scrapbook wedding titles doesn't have to be a chore. Here are some of the best ideas for memorable scrapbooking quotes.
Humor is never a bad idea, especially when it comes to things that can sometimes be taken too seriously. With today's wedding hashtags and custom Snapchat filters, why not add some humorous andcreative scrapbook titles to your own album.
Instead of simply cutting out a title that reads, "Jessica & Michael Morgan's Wedding", write "Morgan He Bargained For" or "Married a Morgan". For the Baker newlyweds, how about, "Bakers in the Ballroom"? It just adds an element of fun and will make you chuckle every time you look back on the page.
If you—or whoever's wedding layout you're working on—had one of those oh-so-popular wedding hashtags or custom filters, don't be afraid to use that as your title, either.
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Besides the obvious fun that comes with scrapbooking, one of the main reasons for creating these pages is to preserve memories. Thirty years from now, you might not remember what each picture is of, who was in the wedding party, or the dates of each of the events. That's what makes each of these such a great title idea. Titling a page "The Night Before" might not seem super exciting now, but you'll appreciate it when it serves as a reminder years down the road.
If you have a picture of the bride with her bridesmaids—also her best friends—include their names in the title or the journal.
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Remember the days in elementary in middle school when you learned about literary techniques, like alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification, and metaphors?! Believe it or not, those might've been the most useful school lessons you'll ever incorporate into your scrapbooking.
Do some brainstorming with these tools to see if it helps spark any ideas. How adorable is, "My Sun, My Moon, My Everything", as a title on a page full of pictures of you and your now-husband on your wedding day?! Or maybe, "Forever has arrived", or "My Heart is Whole"?