Unique Wedding Guest Book Ideas
With the growing popularity of Pinterest, brides are no longer short on inspiration and ideas and are choosing to personalise their wedding décor to suit their personalities. Gone are the days of boring Wedding Guest Books! It isn’t necessary to go with tradition anymore, you can do whatever you want – the only limit is your imagination! If you need some inspiration, we’ve got great Unique Wedding Guest Book Ideas for you!
A great way to remind you of those closest to you is to use a Love Bench. This is but one of many unique wedding guest book ideas. Have all your guests sign an unstained wooden bench and varnish the bench after the wedding to ensure it doesn’t fade. The bench can be then be placed in a special spot in the garden, where you and your spouse can sit and remember your magical wedding day.
The Building Blocks of Love
For a fun and quirky wedding guest book, you can use Jenga blocks or Lego blocks to have your guests write on. It can the be displayed afterward on your coffee table, in a bookshelf, or even used to play with on a rainy day!
Wooden puzzles are a fantastic way to add a touch of individuality to your wedding guest book. Have each guest write on a puzzle piece. You can have your puzzle made in any shape and size and you can build it after the wedding. This will be a fun way to read everyone’s messages and to bond with your spouse. Frame it for a great display on the wall.
Couples who share a sense of Wanderlust or love to travel can use this as a starting block for a wedding guest book. You can have a large world map printed in watercolours that matches your theme or provide a globe that guests can sign. Have it serve as a beautiful display in your home.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered
For couples who love writing love notes, a great idea is to have their guests write notes to them. Place it in envelopes, and read on anniversaries, or can be framed. This is a cute way to remember all the love shared on the wedding day and can look stunning.
Shake it Like a Polaroid Picture!
This is not a new idea, but guests love it and it adds a fun and interactive element to the reception, giving your guests something to do while you are with the photographer. There are a couple of options to choose from – like using an instant camera or hiring a photo booth that prints out photos instantly. You can have your guests stick it in a book with a short message – this will give you many laughs over the years to come!
Wall Art to Your Celebrate Love
Another idea for a “display” guest book is to have your guests sign a small wooden heart and drop it in a Shadow Box. This can be mounted after the wedding and will serve as a great conversation starter. The shadow boxes are relatively inexpensive or can even be made if you are crafty! You could also pick up beautiful mismatched china at second-hand stores and have your guests sign it with glass-safe markers. This can be mounted in an artful display and would look wonderful in a dining room. Some other ideas are to have your thumbprints enlarged and overlapped in the shape of a heart and printed on poster paper. Guests can sign it or leave a message and you can hang the framed print in your home.
Send Your Love
Provide your guests with postcards or notecards with an old typewriter to write you a message. This adds a wonderful vintage touch and will have your guests feeling nostalgic and bubbling with love in no time! You can file these in an album or put it in a beautiful book to read over and over again.
Save the Date
This documents the guests who were at your wedding and gets their birthdays and anniversaries at the same time! It’s a great way to remember the important days of the people who shared your most important day with you!With all these ideas you should have no trouble to find something that suits your personality as a couple and match your colour scheme and theme! Have you decided how your Wedding Guest Book should look? Do you have any unique idea?! Share with us in the comments below!
Have a look at our Wedding Guest Book Inspiration board on Pinterest for more awesome ideas!
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