11 Unique Alternatives to a Traditional Wedding Guest Book
Ideal for a rustic wedding, consider having guests sign a beautiful slab of polished wood.
As a bonus, the piece can be displayed in your home for years to come.
1. Polished Wood Display
For the couple who loves game night, ask loved ones to sign individual puzzle pieces that all work together to create a unique custom puzzle.
2. Puzzle Pieces
Another option for the game-loving duo, ask friends and family to sign wood blocks that you can use for future Jenga games.
You can also have the wood blocks personalized with your names and wedding date.
3. Jenga Blocks
Instead of having guests simply sign a guest book, ask them to write their ideas for future date nights.
When you're not sure how to spend a Friday night, take an idea out of the jar!
4. Date Night Ideas
Photo booths are very popular at weddings, so why not incorporate the photos into a guest book?
Have your photo booth operator print one photo for the guest to take home and another for them to sign that the couple can keep!
5. Photo Guest Book
If you and your future spouse love music or play an instrument – such as the guitar – have loved ones sign the instrument of choice!
You can display it in your home or choose to use it for practicing.
6. Musical Instrument
Travel lovers will enjoy this guest book idea.
Ask attendees to sign a globe that can be displayed in your home or office!
Have your guest "book" double as wedding décor.
Create a wishing tree by asking friends and relatives to leave their wishes, words of wisdom, or advice for the bride and groom on a tag that will be suspended from the arrangement.
8. Wishing Tree
Couples who enjoy going to the movies or antiques will enjoy having guests write their well-wishes on a vintage-inspired movie poster from yesteryear that can be displayed in your home.
9. Vintage Movie Poster
Wine and whisky lovers can have attendees sign a barrel to commemorate the wedding day.
Since there's plenty of surface on which to write, this is a great option for a large celebration.
10. Wine or Whisky Barrel
If you're serving a wine that's special to you and your beloved during the reception, consider having the same wine variety in a magnum-sized bottle for guests to sign with metallic markers.
Another idea is to leave a large bottle on each table.
That way, you can open the bottles on future anniversaries and read the sweet sentiments from your wedding day.
11. Wine Bottle
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