Print your title directly onto your main card (particularly if you are doing an A4 size page) using a ‘Script’ font like CurlzMT or Monotype Corsiva as this type of font is really suited to wedding layouts. If you are doing a 12 x 12 inch layout then print your title on a smaller piece and transfer it to your main page.
In the example below the title has been printed out from the computer and laid out from top to bottom. Notice the font is very ‘friendly’ for a wedding layout. Just experiment until you find one that suits your page.
Titles printed onto vellum paper in a Script font look nice and soft and again are well suited to wedding pages.
Make a large copy of your place name holder and print your title in the centre of it.
I have mentioned this title idea earlier, but hearts would of course, be brilliant for your wedding layout title. Find a heart template to suit your needs by doing a Google search. You can then make it any size you like, and put a title letter on each heart.
We couldn’t possibly have a wedding layout without lots of bling! What is bling? There are lots of gorgeous ‘jewels’ available from your local scrapbook shop that look like diamonds. There is also a fantastic product available called ‘liquid pearls’ which is a thick liquid that when dried looks like pearls. It’s great! Lightly pencil in your title and then squeeze small, even blobs along your title lines. Leave to dry, and be amazed at the results!
For another idea, Google ‘champagne flute clipart’ and find a free picture and print this to size on your layout. Add your title to the glass. Maybe draw some bubbles above the glass and put ‘dimensional magic’ in these bubbles and this will try to really look like bubbles.