The Who's Who of Scrapbooking

Skip navigation

Wedding Scrapbook Embellishments

At this time of year, some of us are thinking about weddings.  Whether you’re a bride-to-be planning your wedding or a guest, you may have the need for scrapbook embellishments to use on your scrapbook pages.

Perhaps you haven’t scrapped your own wedding…. I haven’t!  Yep, that’s right, I’m a little behind.  One of the first pages I ever did was a scrapbook page about my husband Todd’s Grandmother’s wedding.  I think the wedding photo was from the 1930’s. Sorry, I don’t have the page here or I’d show it to you, as bare as it was!  I could’ve used some wedding scrapbooking embellishments for it. 

Click the link above to see a cute paper wedding dress idea to make as a handmade embellishment for a wedding layout.

Below is a photo of one wedding-themed scrapbook embellishment that I made years ago… It’s a fancy shaped hat made from paper.   If I remade that hat now I would probably dress it up a lot more.  Maybe even curl the edges a bit, add some layers and add some pretty vintage flowers and ribbons too.

You could also make butterflies for a wedding-themed scrapbook page.  Below is a large butterfly example and also some using the tiny butterfly punch available from Martha Stewart Crafts.

Flowers are another idea that would be suitable for embellishing a wedding scrapbook layout.  Here is one below which has a detailed how-to in our e-book, Scrapping Spring.

If you have wedding scrapbook embellishments that you’ve made, send us an email.  scrapscene (no space.) We’d love to see them!

Related Posts

If you liked this post, you'll probably love these too!

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

© Copyright 2009 Angie Redhead. All Rights Reserved Blog Consultant | Sitemap | Scrapbooking Blog