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Our Wedding Scrapbook Spiral-bound – December 14, 2004
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“Our Wedding Scrapbook [has] pages [for affixing] mementos of special events, from your engagement up through your first wedding anniversary.” (Bridal Guide)
“A witty template for preserving the couple’s story, from courtship to engagement, wedding, and honeymoon, peppered with useful advice.” (Inside Weddings)
“Makes it easy for even the most slapdash bride to preserve a few memories from her big day.” (W Magazine)
“Couples can commemorate everything from the first date to the first anniversary. Miller offers guidance and ideas along the way.” (Time magazine)
About the Author
Darcy Miller is the editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings, which is published quarterly and reaches more than a million readers. One of the nation's most recognized and trusted wedding experts, Darcy is a sought-after speaker, author, and illustrator. She writes the "New York Times" syndicated column "Weddings" and has been featured on leading news and lifestyle television shows nationwide. She lives with her family in New York City.
Top Customer Reviews
I have to say, this book is ~*everything*~ I could ever want. It's romantic without being schmaltzy, pretty without being overly formal, structured enough to give you ideas of what to add, but not so regimented that it snuffs out all creativity. This is, essentially, like a baby book that sort of documents your relationship, from the "How we met/Our first date/When we knew this was THE ONE" page, right on through to highlights from our first marriage, and finishing with a page which documents what you gave as anniversary gifts through your diamond anniversary.
The cover is hard and sturdy, and even though I question how well the cover will look after a few years, structurally it will hold the book together which is all that really matters to me. Inside, the binding is a spiral binding with a cardboard bracer, so the pages don't flop around on the spine. One thing I love about this book is that even though this book is spiral bound, there is a lot of space for expansion after you add pictures and mementos. As any scrap booker can tell you, when you scrap in a spiral bound book, you have to remove a lot of pages to ensure the book will close flat (or close at all).Read more ›
It did have sections that I didn't have content for (we didn't have an engagement party). But over all it was great.
The sticker on the front was on upside down, so I had to peel it off & put it on the right way, but it worked out fine.
The scrapbook was done by someone affiliated w/Martha Stewart's magazine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I initially didn't like this book because I was searching for a wedding memory book, but I ended up liking this a lot. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Monka Casnew
It has been two years and I still haven't started yet, seems like way more work than I expectedPublished 1 month ago by Phuong Garcia
Not the best quality. The our wedding sticker fell off as soon as we got it. Did not look like picture. Not a wedding quality scrapbookPublished 2 months ago by kim
recommended for any bride as soon as you get engaged!! best engagement gift ever!Published 4 months ago by Matt Buppert
It came kinda "squashed", was dull and boring for a Wedding Scrapbook. I didn't even give it to my niece.Published 5 months ago by diane e
This was exactly what I was looking for - a simple scrapbook type book for recording gifts & keeping track of important memories & keepsakes. It was worth the $18!Published 7 months ago by Rachel Logan