With snow piling up across the country, many people may find themselves stuck inside looking for ways to entertain themselves. Instead of zoning out in front of the television set, why not sort through your memory boxes and make a wedding scrapbook?
This is a great activity to do with your partner or your children – or as a solo-project for a bit of creative alone-time. All you need is a scrapbook (or a blank notebook or photo album), crafting supplies (construction paper, markers, scissors and stickers), and some mementos from your big day.
Arrange the scrapbook in whichever manner you please, though many people prefer to do it chronologically – from engagement to the honeymoon. Devote each page to a different topic, such as your gown and your weddings favors, and decorate it with appropriate items, like a photograph of you in your wedding dress or personalized water bottle labels from the reception.
Make sure to include captions – you may know the significance of the blue cocktail napkin, but somebody flipping through the scrapbook when you're finished may not!