(Closed) Guest Book Ideas

posted 11 years ago in Paper
Post # 4
1266 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

were actually making a book with all of our engagement photos in it, with spaces that have the questions like "what is mairrage", "what does lve mean to you", "advice for the couple" and other comments throughout – it will also be used to of course sign their names like a regular guest book

Post # 6
1266 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

our photographer actually has a whosaler that he deals with…altough I know there are other alternitives online….like this…
http://www.kodakgallery.ca/PhotoBookOverview.jsp?cm_mmc=Google_CA-_-Photo+Book+-+Generic_Custom+Photo+Book-_-2875979560-_-make%20photo%20books_Broad%7C-%7C100000000000000000521&cm_guid=1-_-100000000000000000521-_-2875979560′ defer=’defer



I love it, and its nice to have all of our engagement photos together surroudned by the names/wisdom and encouragement of those who spent our wonderful day together

Post # 7
54 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I’m doing the wishing bowl too.  I found some great wording to place next to it.  It reads…. "From each of your experiences comes a very treasured gift a piece of hidden knowledge  we didnt know exists please share with us your wisdom about marriage, love and life how to be a loving husband or the perfect wife (might take out perfect) please write your toughts & gestures to share with us for life for all the greatest gift of all is the gift of your advice" I’m not sure where I found this, but I thought it was cute.  I thought the same thing, I wanted someting I could scrapebook with or frame with pictures.

Post # 9
773 posts
Busy bee

We’re doing something similar to the wishing bowl, but using an antique birdcage.  I made two labels using adobe illustrator (30 day free trial), one says "Wedding Wishes" and the other says "Please leave a special note for the bride and groom."  I punched holes in the labels and ran ribbon through them, then tied them to the bird cage.  It looks awesome (I don’t have pics yet though πŸ™ )  You could probably make something similar.  Depending on the shape of your bowl, you could affix the labels to the bowl using ribbon or some kind of adhesive (like xyron).  

Post # 10
330 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2008

I did the wishing bowl too! I made little cards in my wedding colors (same as yours, pink and green!) and then had my guests write their wishes on the cards. I’ll be putting them into my wedding scrapbook next to photos of the guest that wrote the card (if possible). It’ll be great to read those little cards again later on and see a photo of the person who wrote it at your wedding. Now I just need to start on my scrapbook πŸ˜€

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