Are you looking for unique and creative inspirations for your wedding guest book? I love the ones that can be used to decorate the home, a beautiful keepsake that you can admire and bring back happy memories, even years after your wedding day. Here are some of my favorite ideas:
Instead of directly writing on the note book, this is a pretty neat way to compile written wishes from your guests.
Guests can “paint” messages on a large wooden piece shaped into your initials or an ampersand. A wooden canvass with the letters LOVE is cute, too!
You can also have guests sign pebbles or a wine bottle with a permanent marker.
What a nice alternative to the traditional guest book. Using a fabric marker, guests can scribble their messages on a quilt or on small fabric squares that would later be made into a quilt.
So quirky! Newlyweds who love to travel would surely find this irresistible – an entire globe, signed by special guests.
I also love this idea of using old corks, jenga pieces, and puzzle pieces to collect personal messages from all the lovely people who attended your wedding.
The tree of love ~ please “leaf” your thumb print and sign your name.
Wedding guest book signing with a twist: Buy a book about something both of you love and use it for guest signing. Or let them write on the pages of your engagement photo book.
Have a polaroid camera on the guest book signing table so guests can take their own photos and paste these snapshots scrapbook-style.
These are cute: framed 3D notes in frames.
Guests are asked to sign at the back of each postcard. Afterwards, the postcards are collected and kept inside a special wooden box.
Rather than printing or scribbling notes on paper, guests can write their messages on a chalk board, then have their picture taken holding their message board!
Which of these wedding guest book ideas do you like?