Post # 1
I recently ran into a few really cute guestbook ideas. One of them was a sign in in post cards in a recipe card box and the other was a rolodex guest book. I saved the links on my PC and it crashed!! 🙁
I can’t seem to find any ideas that really stand out now and was hoping you could help me out.
Any links for some unique guest book ideas would greatly be appreciated!
Post # 3
what about like a book with their words of wisdom/advice or how to keep eachother happy.. you could have a mantiza tree (not sure on the spelling) and have them hang little saying on it like a wishing tree almost..
Post # 4
You can always look on etsy.com There are a ton of great ideas. I’ve seen the postcard box, fingerprint leaves on a tree, well wish cards, quilt squares, photo book, polaroid/photobooth pics, sign a plate/frame/other object that maybe has meaning. One wedding I went to the fob was a sculpture and made a large vase/pot out of clay and everyone signed it … made their mark and then he fired it so they would have a working vase. (a very large one! but it was cool) I’ve also seen where you take a poster and cut it up into postcard size , everyone signs a corner and then you put the poster back together for some home art. There are so many cool ideas out there… you can really work a lot into a ‘theme’ of your wedding… seashells for beach, wooden bench for a cottage/garden feel, the city poster for a modern look… just think outside the box!
Post # 5
I second the etsy recommendation! They have a puzzle they can do in any shape or whatever you want. Each person signs a puzzle piece and you put it together after the wedding.
I also really like the wedding quilt idea where you make a quilt out of squares of fabric people signed at the wedding. If you’re not crafty, I know there’s a few websites that will make it for you. Can’t find them right now, but if you’re interested, let me know and I’ll look further.
We’re doing a book at each table. The table number corresponds to the year anniversary we will read that book on. So the people write notes to be read on our 1 year for table 1, 2 year for table 2, etc. Got the idea from here: http://www.casasugar.com/Alternatives-Wedding-Guest-Books-8563518?page=0,0,0#0