Not all of the fun is over after your wedding and honeymoon. Once you return, you get to pour over your photographer’s pictures, decide which keepsakes from your wedding you want to store, and read the thoughtful notes in your guest book. Unfortunately, this collection of good wishes gets stored in the back of the closet with a dried up bouquet and unused extra invitations.
The book has a completely free monogram. It is an exact strong, passionate book. Guest books are therefore extremely important and must be treated like that. If you prefer to earn a digital guest book for the wedding, you would demand a laptop, in addition to a volunteer.
Have your guests sign the pages of a vintage road atlas, highlighting the cities they are traveling from or destinations they know the couple is interested in exploring. Great idea for brides and grooms that have either a case of wanderlust or an appreciation of Wedding books.
Encourage your guests to make a traditional guest book completely unforgettable by one for you! Have them take funny pics with the Polaroid and then affix it to a scrapbook with one of many types of washi tape. Use a scrapbook with plenty of space for them to share stories, or help them out with pre-written questions at the top of each page.
Why not turn your guest book into something that you can cherish for more than a couple of days? Here are creative ideas for guest book alternatives!