Post # 16
We did a fingerprint tree…and it turned out looking like a big slobby mess. I guess after people started having a few drinks they couldn’t figure out how to not sign their name super big and sloppy, write random comments or smear their fingerprint all over the place. It’s tossed in a closet somewhere because it’s too ugly to put on display. Sooo…yea, I wouldn’t recommend it.
Post # 17
I ordered a canvas print from miss design berry. It’s fun enough that we’ll keep it up for a little while.
Post # 18
- Wedding: October 2017 - Baton Rouge, LA
we’re huge LSU football fans. so we ordered a custom jersey with my fiance’s last name on the back that people will sign then we’ll frame it
Post # 19
We are doing Jenga games, have each sign a piece. We like to play games so it works and it will be useful
Post # 20
We are using a Bible. People can highlight their favorite verse or a piece of advice and sign next to it.
Post # 21
beeintraining : The wipes are a good idea! I’ve considered doing this but was afraid that people wouldn’t want to get their hands/dresses/whatever messy.
Post # 22
underblueskies1016 : We ordered one of these off of Etsy and will have people sign it in copper, gold and silver sharpies. The seller lets you customize it quite a bit but ours will be pretty similar to the one in the pic. Its on an actual canvas which is nice too.
Post # 23
We did the rock signing and it was great. They are all in a glass vase next to our favorite wedding picture. A girlfriend just got married and had a custom poster that everyone signed that I kinda wish I knew about.
Didn’t get a picture of the actual poster but I think it’s from custom alexander on Etsy as I found the below link with similar artwork that seems to be the same style.
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Post # 25
We had our guests sign Jenga blocks! There was a sign that said “Building Memories sign a Jenga piece”
Post # 26
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
Peachwik has some really cool designs!
This is what we ordered:
Post # 27
The last wedding I went to the couple had us sign a coffee table book on Japan, which was their honeymoon destination. The front page even included a photo of them with their names and wedding date. I thought it was a sweet keepsake that tied together their wedding and honeymoon.
Post # 28
underblueskies1016 : my side of the bridal party gathered up pictures of us, separately and together. Also some short written messages. They made a collage jigsaw (I love puzzles) and guests signed the box.
Post # 29
We got married at a winery, but as a couple we really love wine and wine tasting so we probably would have done this at any venue. We had 5 bottles of wine for people to sign..one for each milestone anniversary: 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, and then a large bottle for our 25th. Now we’ll be opening a bottle on each of our anniversaries and reading the notes people left specifically for each one. As a bonus, it was the wine we served at our wedding, so we get to taste how it ages over the years as we celebrate.
Post # 30
and now that I’m on a computer so can access the photo…