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Lace Guest Book: If you are thinking about selecting an elegant wedding guest book, consider this beautiful lace one. The combination of lace and burlap is simple yet beautiful, perfect for a rustic wedding theme.
Monogram Leather Guest Book: This monogrammed leather guest book is perfect for any wedding with its personalized detail and handcrafted exterior with recycled paper inside. Preserve your guests’ signatures and notes for decades to come in this traditional and sophisticated guest book.
Purchase a Photo Guest Book: If you don’t like the idea of crafting your own photo guest book but still want to use one, purchase one like this Vera Wang Lace Bouquet Photo Guest Book. This guest book features a silver-plated cover with floral details and plenty of spots for adding photos from your years together or engagement photo shoot.
Create Your Own: You can create your own guest book by crafting a scrapbook of photos and blank pages or using an online photo book website to design your own guest book and have it printed and mailed to you. Crafting a scrapbook is a fun way to sort through memories and photos, but a printed guest book might be a cleaner option. Try websites like Mixbook or Shutterfly for a customizable photo guest book option.
Vintage Atlas or Map: Personalize your wedding guest book by using a vintage atlas or map so your guests can sign the pages by highlighting where they are traveling from or destinations they think you might enjoy visiting in the future. This is the perfect idea for a bride and groom who enjoy traveling or vintage books.
Re-Purposed Wine Bottles: Redecorate old wine bottles to use as a guest book for your wedding and let your guests sign the bottles with metallic sharpies. This is a great idea for vineyard weddings or couples who love wine tasting together. You can use wine bottles as table numbers so guests can pass around the bottles for signing during the reception.
Message In A Bottle: This unique idea is perfect for a nautical wedding or for guests who want to save their guest book for opening at a later date. Provide your guests with paper and pens to write out their messages then fold them up and place them in the bottle for you to open later. You can simply let them sign their names and well wishes or put a fun spin on the guest book idea by asking them to give marriage advice, date night ideas, or write nostalgic notes.
Advice Coasters: Rather than plain old drink coasters have “Advice Coasters” printed for your guests to write their names and marriage advice on. Collect them at the end of the night to save and preserve as your guest book.
Mad Libs: Use a Mad Libs style fill-in-the-blank sheet as your wedding guest book to collect names, advice, and funny stories. Store them all in a photo album or notebook after the wedding as a keepsake wedding guest book. This is a casual and funny way to collect the names of your wedding guests and it will be amusing to look back on years later.
Polaroid Camera: Let your guests have fun while creating your guest book by hiring a photographer to take pictures using an old-fashioned Polaroid camera. Create props for them to take pictures with and have a few sharpies for guests to sign their names on the bottom of their pictures when they’re printed out. Store all of the photos in a photo album to save as your wedding guest book.