6 Unique Ideas for a Wedding Guest Book

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Guest books at weddings are a great way to source contact information so you can send thank you cards. Turn a traditional approach into a creative memento that can turn an inventory of signatures into an irreplaceable memory vault for years.

1. Wishing Tree Center Piece

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A contemporary approach to the traditional family tree canvas, this unique “guest book” allows guests to add their well wishes. Add colorful accents to the branches to personalize this unique centerpiece.

2. Instantly Capture the Moment

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Let your guests snap a picture with a Polaroid to instantly capture the moment and write a personal message. Hang these mementos on a twine and clip with clothespin.

3. Mail Away

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Use post cards for guests to sign and pen a personal message. Have a friend mail these all of at once for the happy newlyweds to come back home to from their honeymoon destinations.

4. Never Forget Another Birthday

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Use a calendar for guests to sign their name on their birthday. Choose a calendar that fits your wedding theme and large enough to hold as many names per dates.

5. Love Bench

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This “guest book’ is a great way to add signatures to a time honored tradition of writing your love on a bench. This keepsake can be used as a display piece, but also a family heirloom.

6. Puzzling

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Use a favorite photo to create a customize puzzle on one side. On the other side of the piece, guests sign and write their messages. Have fun putting together the pieces as you read each one.

About the author: Harper Sefah is an event planner with over 10 years of experience. She enjoys writing about creative ways to plan and host events, especially weddings.

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