1. Your Parents
As is always suggested when first doing genealogy, just start with those closest to you and gather names and dates.
Create a page of your parents (not your spouse's parents--we will get to them later).
Include their names, dates of birth, and anniversary.
This is not intended to be a page with journaling.
In my book, I plan on doing only pages with basic information for each couple. However, you could use these pages as an introduction page for a chapter and then include many other pages about the couple behind this page. How you want to organize your book is up to you!
Here are your digital scrapbooking layouts!