Our clients are always looking for fun ways to keep their guests actively involved in their wedding day. We always love a twist on the traditional ‘guest book’ that not only gives guests one more enjoyable experience, but allows our brides and grooms to relive their wedding day through their closest friends and family’s perspective. We’ve been inspired by the following guest books with ‘personality’ and trust that you will be too!
Guests revisit their school days by passing the bride and groom a note.
Guests prepare postcards and insert them into a vintage shutter that can later be hung and serve as a sentimental mail organizer in the bride and groom’s home. Mailed immediately after the wedding by a designated guest, the postcards guarantee that the bride and groom’s first visit to their mailbox as a married couple is full of love.
Image Credit: Benjamin Edwards Photography
Guests find their birthday in a calendar and sign their names so the bride and groom will be reminded to keep celebrating with their loved ones in the years ahead.
Guests type a personal note to be bound, turned into a piece of art, or used for scrapbooking memories from the wedding day.
Guests write notes that double as reception decor.
Guests pose for a Polaroid photo that they add to a pre-designed scrapbook along with words of advice or love.
Guests record a short video where they are free to toast the bride and groom, tell a joke or a story from their past, or offer a simple thank you for inviting them to participate in their fabulous marriage celebration.