7 Beautiful Wedding Scrapbook Page Ideas You Need to Scraplift!

Photographers and guests take so many photos at weddings. Hundreds (if not thousands) are taken of the lovely bride & groom, the amazing venue, the beautiful flowers, & more! So of course, you end up with enough photos to fill an entire album. This requires a lot of wedding scrapbook pages, which means you need a lot of ideas! If you’re stuck & need some inspiration, check out these Mosaic Moments pages you will want to scraplift!

#1. Wedding Colors

The easiest source of inspiration is the wedding colors. Try to look for paper & embellishments that fit with the color theme.

“Summer Bride” by Paije Rodriguez – Page Pattern #301

This bride used colors based on the sunset. So there were lots of orange, peach, & cream colors. We found some orange striped paper that fit perfectly. Fresh Cream Grid Paper & Ivory Card stock gave this page an elegant feel and toned down the bright orange.

“Mr. & Mrs. Rodriguez ” by Paije Rodriguez

This December wedding took place right after Christmas time. So, red was the color of choice. Brick grid paper was the perfect match as the background. White was used as an accent, so we also used it for the accents on this page. Black helped tone it down, so the white would not seem too bright.

 

#2. Wedding Items

Do you have any items from the wedding – such as invitations, thank you cards, or decor? You can place them in your wedding album to help the memories last!

Wedding Scrapbook Layout

“Wedding” by Andrea Fisher

Andrea placed a two-sided invitation on this wedding scrapbook layout. You can learn more about this page by visiting her article here.

“Bridesmaids” by Paije Rodriguez – Page Pattern #211

The heart and flower stickers shown on the layout were used for the guest book at the wedding reception. This was a simple way to decorate the layout and added a little sparkle.

#3. Wedding Theme

Some weddings are based on a particular theme. Andrea created this fabulous layout based on a rustic wedding she attended. Learn more about this page and get her tips here.

#4. Keep It Simple

Sometimes pages just need to be simple. So many photos are taken at a wedding and creating a whole album can take awhile! So to save on time, skip the fancy embellishments & paper. The photos are the most important anyway 🙂

Winter Wedding” by Paije Rodriguez – Page Pattern #129 (mirrored) 

This page was kept simple by showing the bride’s favorite portraits. Patterned paper and Card Stock were added to fill the extra space.

 

“Summer Wedding” by Paije Rodriguez

These portraits are so lovely, there wasn’t much need for added embellishments! We used card stock to add a little interest and the metal pieces are a simple accent.

 

#5. Show Beautiful Mosaic Details

If you love the mosaic look, here is a fabulous idea for you! We don’t recommend cutting the bride & groom into mosaic pieces (the bride will thank you 🙂 ). But, the beautiful details, such as the flowers and decor, can be made into a lovely mosaic page.

#6. Inspired by the Season

If you’re stuck on ideas, use photos & embellishments inspired by the season. With the right items, your page will turn out elegant!

#7. Embellish It!

Choose your embellishments wisely! For weddings we choose items that look elegant, formal, and classy. Here are two pages with lovely accents:

Wedding Scrapbook