This is the 23nd day in a series: 31 Days of Memory Keeping. Check out all the posts here.
Matthew and I are celebrating our seven year anniversary today.
So it seemed appropriate to provide seven ways you can document your love story.
1. Make a scrapbook: I started scrapbooking when Matthew and I started dating. We have a 12×12 scrapbook of our dating story, another one of our engagement and then one of our marriage. It is so fun to go back and look at.
2. Make a video: You could make a video – either of the two of you sharing your story, or a montage of special moments.
3. Create a collage: I love seeing groups of photos together from a period of time. Go and buy a collage frame at Michaels, or make one of these amazing collages from ScrapWalls ($15 for a $30 collage- I bought one of these today to make. They look so cool!).
4. Make a photo book: Of course, you could make a photo book celebrating your love. (Remember, today is the last day to get a free photo book from Paper Coterie. They have several that would be perfect for this topic.)
5. Write your story down: Matthew blogged our love story yesterday. It is so special to have it recorded in his words. Alternately, you could fill out a love story “prompt” book, like the Book of Us: A Journal of Your Love Story in 150 Questions.
7. Annual anniversary book: Similar to the birthday book I talked about this week, the Our Wedding Anniversary Memory Book has space for you to write about your anniversary every year.
I hope this inspires you to document your love story. Love is definitely a legacy that should be recorded for generations to come.