Post # 1
Im At a loss of what to have as a guestlist/book type thingy.. I really want something unique the only issue is that there is around 350-400 guests attending, granted they are not all going to sign it.. here are some things i found on etsy that i loved, i just dont know if they are not suitable for such a big wedding!
(Please excuse the links, i have been trying to upload the pics for the longest time i just gave up)
(^ i like this one because we can have it in our home afterwards, it is very stylish, but how would you present this on a table?)
(^ this is cute, but really..what do you do with the tags afterwards?)
(^again, as above, dont know what to do with them)
(^ this is cute)
Please if you have any ideas for this, other than the standard book i would love to know!
Thanks so much for your help!
Post # 3
The tree is cool, but I wouldn’t trust to display it anywhere nice. Someone will write all big and dumb on it. Uh, sorry that sounded so pessimistic lol that’s just the first thing I thought of! The tags are cute. You could always put them in a photo album or on a ring for keepsake. Dunno about the bags, but you could glue all the hearts to a board or make a frame border out of them. The Jenga blocks are neat-o! But they might be hard for some to write on. SO’s grandma is 94 and I would hold her advice dearly and wouldn’t want someone else to write it for her! I think the tags are my favorite.
Post # 4
The conifer print could be laid flat on a table, or you could mount it on a piece of thin hardboard and display it upright on an easel,
As for what to do with the other ideas after the wedding – they could all be displayed in a large apothecary jar with a lid- keeps the dust off and handy to look through and read the names/messages from time to time.
Post # 5
@purplepeacock: Thanks so much for the honest reply 🙂