Post # 1
I hate to admit it, but I rarely bother signing a guest book at a wedding, and if I do, I don’t write much other than my name. Is anyone not bothering with one? Or do you have any creative and less expensive ideas for this rather than buying a guest book?
Post # 3
No guestbook for me
Not standard for any of the weddings I’ve gone to, and I don’t know anyone that has actually put the effort in to sign one
Post # 4
We didn’t have one. One reason was the same as you; AND we had a very intimate ceremony with 14 guests only… I prefer to look at pictures than read “congrats! all the best to you two” over and over…
Post # 5
I am not really into the guest book thing either. That being said, I do believe that mom is, so I will probably have one since I have already taken so many traditional wedding things away from her already! =)
Post # 6
I’m not going to have a guestbook, but we are putting out 4×6 cards for people to write their well-wishes on. This way, we can mingle these in with picture in the photo album. I figure we’ll appreciate them more that way.
Post # 7
We’re not having a guest book either. We are having an autumn wedding so we are going to get a japanese maple tree and have little cards where people can sign their name and write a message and hang their card on our tree. That way we can keep the tree and keep the cards for however long we want and not have a book that we will only look at 5 times ever.
Post # 8
We opted not to do the guest book. Who looks at those anyway??? We chose to do a picture frame with a large mat and have people sign around our photo. Plus we can always hang it in our new place!!!
Post # 9
We are having guests take home a pre stamped envelope with a recipe card inside. They can fill it out at the wedding or mail it to us once we get our new address.
Post # 10
We’re having an Old Havana themed wedding. I didn’t want the traditional guest book either. I bought about 100 old vintage Cuban postcards and will have each guest write us a message with wedding advice, well wishes or whatever they’d like and then put it inside a mailbox we purchased. We’re planning on using the mailbox in our first home.
Post # 11
We’re not doing a guestbook. But we are doing Make a Wish/Take a Wish.
We have a Japanese theme (b/c we fell in love in Japan) and came up with a bunch of Japanese proverbs to put in the “Take a Wish” vase. Then we used scrap paper from the invites for the Make a Wish cards. Here’s a pic:
Post # 12
No guest book. I’m thinking about instead having people sign smooth river rocks with their well wishes, and using the rocks in a clear vase back home. Haven’t fully thought it through, but thought it could be neat. Something that I would actually look at.
Post # 13
No Guest book for us either! I also often forget to sign them at friends weddings, and I doubt we will look back at a guest book very often anyways. I will probably hold on to all of the cards that we receive though…
Post # 14
None for us either! We’re contemplating doing a twist on prayer flags and have everyone write down wishes for us on those.
Post # 15
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
No guestbook here! We’re going to have a faux-tobooth and we’re just going to be asking guests to use that as an alternative to the guestbook 🙂
Post # 16
I am having a guestbook, but instead of the traditional “sign your name here” type, we are putting it next to the photobooth with photo corners so guests can include a photostrip with their signature or note. Thought that might be fun.