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Showing posts with label unique guestbooks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label unique guestbooks. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Unique Guestbook Ideas


Are you looking for a creative and unique alternative to the usual Guestbook? There are lots of creative ways to remember who helped you celebrate your extraordinary wedding day and record all the guests who came to share the joy of the celebration. Here are some wonderful ideas you might consider using.

1.  For those couples who have a timeless vintage or travel styled wedding, using vintage postcards as guestbook complements it. Guest then compose their sweet wishes for the wedding couple.
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2.  A guest book that is actually cards with question prompts like “What is your favorite memory of us?” and “Where should we go for our fifth anniversary?” Then later compile them into a book.
3. Instead of having a book to sign the couple hung a wooden swing from a tree for guests to write on.
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4. A couple's monogram for the guests to sign and hang in their new home. 
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5.  Instead of a guestbook, have each guest highlight their favorite Bible verse and sign their name beside it.The couple will use this as their family Bible for years to come.
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6.  Guests signing wine bottles is a perfect idea for the couple who are particularly fond of a glass of wine. This also makes a lovely keepsake to open on their first anniversary.
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7.  If you are having a photo booth at your wedding, you could use the photos instead of a guestbook.
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8.  A special book could be used as a guestbook.  At this couple's wedding, 
their special interest in birds and the Audubon Society made the "Audubon's Birds of America: The Audubon Society Baby Elephant Folio" a great guestbook for them.
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9.  Turn your engagement photos into a book and have the guests sign it for a special keepsake.
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  10.  The guests at this wedding signed a patch with well wishes . The bride's mother will sew them together to make a quilt as the couple's guestbook.
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11.  Use a thumb print guest book at your wedding! Your guests can simply leave a thumb print and sign their name on the side. And after the event, you can frame it – it’d be perfect wall art in your home! 
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12.  As an alternative to the thumb print style, your guests could bring this art print to life by autographing each leaf. This guest book print is the perfect way to capture your wedding memories and doubles as a beautiful piece of art for your home for years to come.
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13.  The wedding guestbook puzzle is a unique custom guestbook. Use an engagement picture for the wooden puzzle and have guests write a special message on the back of the pieces. It will be enjoyed at your wedding and cherished forever.
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14.  If you have a band or simply love music, you might want to repurpose one of your guitar into a guest book. Or if there is special member of your family such as father or grandfather who has passed away and was a musician, it is a special way to honor their memory. Then it could be displayed on the wall.
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15.  This couple used a “love bench” guestbook. The bench was built by the bride’s great uncle. It was the perfect thing for guests to sign and it is a wonderful keepsake.
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16.  Using Adirondack “guestbook” chairs for a seaside wedding is a perfect choice for a beach wedding.
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17. An old typewriter to use for guests to leave special messages for the couple.
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18.  Set out rocks on a table with a sign that explains, "In lieu of a guest book, please sign a rock for our garden and put it in the tray."
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19.  A unique idea for a guestbook.  Use letter-writing paper sheets in the style of vintage hankies.  Guests can pick them off a line to write little notes to the newlyweds and then hang them back up for display.
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20.  Custom made map guestbooks are from Totally Salinda and add a personalized touch to your wedding and offers a great place for your guests to leave words of love and congratulations.
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I hope these unique guestbook ideas have inspired you.  If you have an idea that would make an awesome guestbook, please share it with us.