I began with these two basics: an 8X8 We R Memory Keepers album (Albums Made Easy, available at Target) and an Echo Park wedding kit that came with patterned papers, stickers, and cardstock cutouts (got that at Craft Warehouse). Oh, and I also had some Bazzill card stock leftover from the stuff I made for her shower. I had my punches out, my cricut ready to go, and I pulled out some pretty pearls, but ended up not using any extra stuff. That's why it was done so fast.
This album comes with the divided page protectors, and you can buy additional refills that are the same or are regular 8X8 size. The pocket sizes in this one are 2X4 and 4X6. I trimmed enough paper to fit all the small pockets and made one 4X6 card for each layout. There is nothing fancy here at all, I let the pretty papers do their thing. The kit was great. The picture shows the front/back of the three papers and you get two of each. I had lots leftover. I wish it would've had a little more specific wedding phrases like 'the kiss,' or 'cutting the cake,' or things like that, but there was plenty to work with.
(Sorry, the pictures are a little wonky. . . I couldn't do much about the glare.)
opening page (now new and improved with Wilson hair. Yowza!). . .
vows, rings, kiss. . .
leaving the church. . .
And there you have it. Pretty little album, huh?