Even with the advent of the Internet, weddings should still be marked by memorabilia or keepsakes. While you can save all your photographs in a flash drive or a compact disc, you will definitely want to have something tangible to remember the day by. Why not compile your prints in a scrapbook which can be enjoyed by friends and family and can be preserved for a long time without needing upgrades or any other technology to be able to keep accessing it for a long time?
Your wedding scrapbook can be divided into three segments; the wedding preparation, the actual wedding day and of course, the honeymoon. Apart from prints of all the wedding pictures, you can also collect certain artifacts relating to all the stages of the wedding and the honeymoon
You may want to preserve a copy of the wedding invitation and thank-you-cards, the paper where you wrote your vows, some trimmings from your bouquet, your plane tickets to the Bahamas or receipts from the hotel you stayed in. Make sure to use sturdy materials that can be preserved and hidden for posterity. Surprisingly, plastic covers endure for a long time and even if they deteriorate with time, you can always replace them. You can even laminate the paper stuff before sticking them to your scrapbook to preserve them forever. You will be thankful 20 years down the line for keeping your wedding mementos in a scrapbook as you can show them to your friends.