– list the name of the bride-to-be and the date, time, and location of the bridal shower
♥ First page – a copy of the shower invitation
♥ The guest list – since some people aren't good about RSVPs or may need to cancel at the last moment, create a sheet with lines. As people show up for the party, ask them to sign their name and their connection with the bride-to-be (i.e. friend,direct family, co-worker).
♥ The menu – if the party includes a meal, type a fancy menu and center it in the middle of the page. Later on, add pictures around the menu of people enjoying the meal.
♥ Printed bridal shower games – quite often, bridal showers will include printed games such as trivia, word search, or Bingo. Include a printed copy of these games in the album. Learn more about printable embellishments for scrapbooking.
♥ Advice cards – design a few pages that can be used to hold advice cards that will be filled out by a guest.
♥ Showering of gifts – create one or two papers where someone can write down who gave what gift
NOTE: Remember going to bridal showers and when it came time to open the gifts, someone would look for a piece of scrap paper to write down each gift and who it was from? Why not include a page or two in your spread to list the gifts? This way the guest of honor will know where the list is and will have it as a keepsake.