Books Are So Last Century: 19 Other Ways For Wedding Guests To Sign In

August 28, 2012 by Pauline Millard
shefinds | Weddings
Love notes for the couple can be signed, sealed and delivered via a board like this. Meg Ruth Photo And Video

A vintage typewriter will let guests get in touch with their analog side.Tumblr

Birds, or any cut out, can be used as a tree decoration. Style Me Pretty

A commemorative bottle is perfect for a vineyard wedding. Style Me Pretty

A giant champagne bottle is extra festive. Style Me Pretty

A guest quilt will keep you warm long after the wedding's over. Style Me Pretty

Another spin on the quilt is to make a paper one and frame it. Style Me Pretty

A creative questionnaire will get guests writing -- and possibly doodling. Green Wedding Shoes

When guests sign a tree it turns into instant art. Style Me Pretty

Wishes on rocks can become a centerpiece in your new home. Style Me Pretty

Putting together this guest puzzle can easily be your first date night as a married couple. Jesi Haack Weddings

Or let guests pick which piece they would like to be. Martha Stewart Weddings

Insert your own boating metaphor and have your guests sign a pair of oars. Style Me Pretty

Vintage keys are a perfect prop for creating a Keys To Success board. Blushing Bride Wedding

Inspire your guests to offer creative words of wisdom with these recipe-sized conversation starter cards. Martha Stewart Weddings

Dress up a cigar box and encourage guests to leave notes of memories or just congratulations. Wedding Bee

A bench is another permanent way of remembering everyone who shared your big day. Killer B Design

Personalizing a Jenga set offers even more of a conversation starter on game night. Oh Lovely Day




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