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Anyone got or found great guest book alternatives?
So far I like this:
Sure the latter is DIY, but I already have too much to worry about with the centerpieces, I am on DIY hiatus for now?
Anyone wanna share other ones they have found?
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PS has anyone seen a current version of the ETSY finds post, I found from 2010. I would like to see another one start up if not… most of the finds from 2010-2011 are gone or shops are closed 🙁
Post # 4
We are doing a wishing tree with wooden tags instead of paper.. traditional sign in guest book for the ceremony, and a a large guest book mirror w/ a love quote on it to hang in our living room.
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- Wedding: February 2014 - Windstar on Naples bay
Here’s the link to the post i just made about the painting i did for my guest book. 🙂
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@crisaquarius24: I like having people sign a picture frame or signing their the name on a stone to add to a vase.
FI and I went to a Lego exhbit in NYC (FI is very big on Legos) and at the end you got to sign and add your name to a lego brick- the artist is eventually going to cerate something with all the bricks. We were thinking of having everyone signing their name on a lego brick and then using the bricks to create a picture frame or sculpture to keep in our home. We were thinking different shades of brown leggos and using different shades of brown sharpies. IDK if we will follow through on this, its just athought we have been tossing around. I am desperately trying to incorperate some of FI’s interests into the wedding with out it getting immature and non-wedding-like.
I like the idea of having something you will actually use when the wedding is over, and it can be blended into typical decor.
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@crisaquarius24: I’m having people sign large wooden letters for our monogram. I’ll assemble after the wedding but they’ll be painted and the areas that overlap will be blacked out to prevent people from signing there. Don’t want to accidentally cover up someone’s message.