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Unique Guest Book Ideas

As weddings have evolved, so too has the way that guests sign in after arriving for a loved one's wedding. The old-fashioned, traditional guest books are a thing of the past and more personal, fun options for guest books has take a front seat. Take a look these unique ideas to get that signature!

For the wine loving couple! Have your guests sign a handful of wine bottles that you can open up on each of your anniversaries. Or save up those corks for the big day and have your guests sign them at your wedding! You can either display them as shown in this pic, or make a cork wreath out of them.


Guests can sign a trees of leaves or place their signed hearts in a frame.

Photo Credit: Tracy Doyle Photography


A tree full of well wishes!

For the more rustic/ natural feel, they can sign part of a tree stump, a reclaimed wooden board or rocks.

Why not have them type in their name!
Photo Credit: Casey Brooks

The classic photo guest book that your photographer can probably do for you.

Your guests can leave a little message for you and place it in an envelope. 1 envelope per couple might be ideal. Otherwise your board could get huge!

So, if you are planning on having a guest book, try to think outside the box and create an idea that would tie in with the theme, feel or look of your wedding and have fun with it! We're ready to hear all of your exciting ideas for your big day, and coordinate them for you. So, call I Thee Wed today to schedule a complimentary session!

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