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Place a porcelain platter or vase and an engraving pen on the table and have your guests sign their names as they arrive. After the wedding use an easel to display the platter to enjoy in your home. You could also you as a dessert dish when entertaining guests for dinner. TIP: Use your platter for dinner on your anniversary. It will be a wonderful reminder of all who shared in your day.
Leave a blank book and a Polaroid camera displayed on a table in the entrance way to your reception. Have your guests attach the Polaroid picture of themselves to the book. Then your guests can write their greetings next to the picture. Another spin on this idea is to have your guests bring a photo of themselves with you (or both of you). They can paste the picture in a memory book and write their comments next to the photo. TIP: Consider purchasing an extra package or two of scrapbook photo pages for your memory book. That way guests have plenty of room and they won't run out of space.
Frame your engagement photo or a special image of the two of you with a large photo matt, then have your guests sign the matt as they arrive. Perfect for hanging up after the big day. Have your videographer create an electronic memory "book" for you to enjoy. Your guests will say their comments while your videographer tapes them. A great keepsake and a fun thing to enjoy watching on your anniversary! TIP: Consider replacing the image after your wedding day with a group photo of all who attended the wedding. A perfect family style photo surround by all the well wishes of who was present that day.
Have your guests sign a signature poster with their names or thumbprints. This unique idea has a been a favorite of couples for many years now and a fun way to ask guests to sign at your wedding. TIP: Mix and match paint or pen colors to compliment your wedding theme.
Well Wisher Cards, Stones, Wood Chips
Have guests sign stones, well well cards or wood chips. Collect these well wishes in a container of your choice. Consider your theme and personal style when selecting your container. TIP: If you are having a rustic theme wedding and like earthy tones in your home, consider a wooden box to hold your well wishes. If you having a beach wedding and love a nautical them in your home, consider a glass jar for you wishes and add a starfish or shells for added decor.
Popular Guest Book Alternatives