Post # 1
HI everyone ,
so im just wondering did you guys ever see a wishing tree at a wedding instead of a traditional guestbook, im thinking of having one 🙂 see the pictures below and tell me what you think.If any of you had it was it a hit?
Post # 3
I liked the idea, but wasn’t sure what we would do with the wish cards afterwards. I didn’t want a regular book for the same reason, what will we ever do with it?
So we’re doing the thumbprint wedding tree, when it’s done it will be art :o)
Post # 4
@Mrs.tobe: Hmmmm yeah thats a good question,, i was thinking of maybe scrapbooking them to have them all together, Yeah a thumb print is a great idea!i never thought of that, im gonna give that a think ;)!Thanks!
Post # 5
@Mrs.Passion: You’re welcome! :o)
It happens to go very well with our rustic/vintage/candlelit reception too. This is what ours looks like:
Post # 6
@Mrs.tobe:That is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!beautiful cant wait to see what its like when al the fingerprints will be there!very nice idea indeed 🙂
Post # 7
I’ve seen a vase and everyone writes on the card and drops it in a vase but still, what do you do with the cards after. I guess adhere them in a book and maybe sell the tree base to another bride?
Post # 8
@Mrs.tobe: Oh, that is so amazing! Can you please explain the concept of how you did it? It’s gorgeous.
Post # 9
@bRooklynRocks:I actually tried to paint one myself, just to see. I quickly found out that I am WAY too judgemental/ a perfectionist to DIY on this one…lol
After I got the idea that this was what I wanted to do (I saw the original idea on the knot) I went on the search for the perfect wedding tree. I actually got this one from a seller on Etsy. She was great, customized it the way I wanted, had great communication, and shipped it FAST!
I can’t wait to see it after the reception! Whoever originally came up with this idea needs a big kiss from me!
Post # 10
My sister made us one and folks loved it! Here’s a pic:
@Mrs.tobe: That’s lovely!
Post # 11
Do you happen to remember the etsy seller? I love love love this!
Post # 12
Try a Guesbook puzzle from Etsy.com
Post # 13
We did both! But instead of a wishing tre e ( seems like every wedding we went to did it) we had jars labeled 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25. Guest wrote on cards their advice and placed in the jar that corresponded with advice for that year! Open up each jar on that anniversary year! It was unique!
Post # 14
What do you think of this idea that i’m toying with? guests sign the hearts! It’s something really different and unique. found this on etsy.