Post # 1
Does anyone out there have an quick and easy guestbook idea?? I am getting married in 3 days and don’t have a guestbook. I would like to have one a little more personal that I can make using some scrapbook materials. So…if any of you ladies have any templates that you would like to share I would greatly appreciate it. If not, I will go with the more traditional ones, but thought I would try this. I am going to be up all night tonight and tomorrow doing last-minute-procrastinator-bride projects.. lol. aye aye aye!
My email is: [email protected]
Thanks in advance!
Post # 3
There are some ideas in this post:
Unique Guest Book Alternatives?
You could cut shapes out of scrapbook paper to do the butterflies on canvas idea.
You could cut squares of scrapbook paper and make a little sign asking your guests to share advice, memories etc then place them into little envelopes you purchase or make out of more scrapbook paper.
ps unless you want to be inundated with spam, I would remove your email address
Post # 4
I don’t have a template, but we’re doing the “time capsule” or, whatever you want to call it. Essentially, we’re just having a box with a sign asking guests to write whatever they choose on an index card – thoughtful, funny, whatever. Then we’ll open the box and read them on our 5th (well, maybe 2nd) anniversary.
Post # 5
@MalbecMe: yay! We’re doing a time capsule as well. I’m on the hunt for a pretty container.
Post # 6
I did what julies1949 posted in the picture. It took FOREVER. The pages do not come hole punched so you have to do that yourself. Unless you buy double sided paper (which can get pricey) you also have to glue the pages together which was a royal pain in the butt. Trying to get all of the pages into the book was frustrating. It was hard to keep the paper from flying out when trying to put all three of the screws back into the scrapbook.
If you want something quick and easy I like the time capsule idea that was posted. That’s so cute! You could decorate a box or even use a mailbox. They have pre-made wood boxes at Michaels stores if you have one near you.