After Jason and I were married in November 2006 (which was a very, very cold and snowy winter day) I went straight to work on our wedding album. I wanted to do it while it was still fresh in my mind and the details still vivid. Back in 2006 I had yet to learn about digital scrapbooking and made my wedding album the old fashioned way with printed photos and scrapbook paper. What a lot of work that was!! All the cutting paper, arranging photos, printing journalling, adding little flowers, and just making it perfect. I think it took me close to tthree months to finish it!!
I have given up on traditional scrapbooking and I am 100% digital. I have always thought about doing another wedding album just to have it printed in a nice photobook, but it has never been a priority. Until now!! I have been trying to get some wedding book samples ready and found a beautiful album template from Paislee Press called Defined. The colours were perfect for my wedding photos, so I took it as a sign that I needed to make this album right now! So here it is, all 26 pages with photography by Jason’s sister, Amber Fedynak, and our good friend, Conrad Poirier.
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An album template is much simpler to use and this book doesn’t have a lot of frills so it only took me 2 1/2 hours to complete the whole book. I love how it turned out and I can’t wait to get it printed!