(Closed) Guest Book Help

posted 13 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
629 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2005

I don’t have any suggestions for sign wording, but my guy and I did a similar thing and we simply had some of the wedding party sign in to get it going and then asked my younger sister to get signatures. The pen was also a dead giveaway, but if they don’t see that, they can notice the signatures you already put in.

Post # 4
471 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008


I second Angel’s suggestions. If you want to do a sign, perhaps you can set one up in the same font as all your other wedding stationery. Is your event more casual or formal?

I’m also wanting to put up a little sign on a tent placard or something and I’m trying to figure out wording..

I’m at a loss right now so I’m of no help. 🙁 


Post # 5
189 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

What if you put blank cards/stationery in, scrapbook-style, so it’s clear there should be writing on them? I agree that you could get bridal party/parents to start the signing, too, but maybe the cards would make it even more obvious.

Post # 7
508 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

On a similar thread, someone else suggested:

 "Advice and wishes for the new Mr. and Mrs."  

I’ve saved it into my inspiration file for when we get to the guest book portion of our DIY project list. 🙂  Not sure we’ll go with it, but it’s the current frontrunner.

For something a little less cutesy, you could try:

Please share a bit of wit or wisdom for the newlyweds… 

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