Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Wedding Guest Books: Customized Guest Frames Memorialize your wedding day and the cast of characters who made it special with one of our unique wedding guest books. Whether you’re looking for a customized wedding guest book emblazoned with your name and wedding date or are in search of the coolest alternative guest book ideas, The Knot Shop surely has just what you’re looking for. We have guest books for weddings of all themes, including classic styles with lined pages for traditional and sophisticated affairs and unique leather-bound wedding guest books for your rustic and down-to-earth nuptials.The Knot Shop is also a great place to shop if you’re looking for an easy wedding guest book alternative. We’ve taken the hassle out of finding something out-of-the-box with alternative guest book options like inscribable signature frames that’ll become a special keepsake to display and wishing well cards that guests can drop into a special box. We also offer charming personalized wedding recipe cards that allow your guests to hand-write their favorite recipe for your personal stash. These cute, custom recipe cards also make a fantastic bridal shower guest book!
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Memorialize your wedding day and the cast of characters who made it special with one of our unique wedding guest books. Whether you’re looking for a customized wedding guest book emblazoned with your name and wedding date or are in search of the coolest alternative guest book ideas, The Knot Shop surely has just what you’re looking for. We have guest books for weddings of all themes, including classic styles with lined pages for traditional and sophisticated affairs and unique leather-bound wedding guest books for your rustic and down-to-earth nuptials.The Knot Shop is also a great place to shop if you’re looking for an easy wedding guest book alternative. We’ve taken the hassle out of finding something out-of-the-box with alternative guest book options like inscribable signature frames that’ll become a special keepsake to display and wishing well cards that guests can drop into a special box. We also offer charming personalized wedding recipe cards that allow your guests to hand-write their favorite recipe for your personal stash. These cute, custom recipe cards also make a fantastic bridal shower guest book!
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

A wedding guest book no longer needs to be pen and bound paper. The form and shape of the traditional guest book has morphed to match changing wedding trends and tastes. Sure, the purpose of a guest book is to capture the names and well wishes of those special individuals who actually attended your wedding. However, we’ve seen many creative ways to accomplish this goal beyond pen and paper.
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Nonetheless, use your engagement photos to create a custom made book that your wedding guests can sign. I think it will be a treasured keepsake for you as a couple. I’m sentimental, so I actually think this is one of my favorite guest book ideas of all!
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Not all of the fun is over after your wedding and honeymoon. Once you return, you get to pour over your photographer’s pictures, decide which keepsakes from your wedding you want to store, and read the thoughtful notes in your guest book. Unfortunately, this collection of well wishes gets stored in the back of the closet with a dried up bouquet and unused extra invitations. 
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

The plan is to let this particular red wine blend age to perfection, and then uncork it for one of our bigger wedding anniversaries surrounded by special family and friends. Its a meaningful guest book and one that we can enjoy and share years later. Let’s face it, four bottles is great to share between a husband and wife, but I can only imagine the morning after.
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Whether you “message in a bottle” your guest book by reusing old bottles (below, left) or have your guests sign the labels of bottles to be opened in the future (below, right), this is a perfect idea for a vineyard wedding. Make sure to include metallic Sharpies if you want your guests to sign the actual bottle, so that the ink shows up on the dark glass.
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Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

If you two are all about the music, scour garage sales and find old albums to use for your guest book. After all, you wouldn’t want to use your favorites for this task. Afterwards, you can create a modern piece of wall art to hang over your stereo and record storage.
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Mind the eclectic mix of aluminum foil, wood popsicle sticks, and other sundry items on the table. They were all part of the wedding hunger games we devised as part of our reception.
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Such a sweet and unique idea! DIY your own background by drawing a tree with lots of empty branches on a poster. At your wedding, place a sign asking guests to “leaf” a fingerprint and sign their name. If you don’t have the time or skills to DIY this project, get yourself a fingerprint guestbook tree from Etsy!
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Sports fans or sports coaches will certainly love the idea of a pigskin at their wedding. Get your guests to sign a football, soccerball, or basketball to keep as a memory of your big day.
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Like a fun game of Plinko, these wooden hearts are signed and then dropped into this bright blue shadowbox (below) to be displayed behind a thin pane of glass. Many different shapes are available for both the frame style and the wooden tokens. Find one that symbolizes the two of you, or DIY one that suits your wedding theme!
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How many newlywed spats begin with the question, “What do you want to do?”  Save yourself those woes, and draw an idea from a jar of ideas given to you by your wedding guests. You can DIY this little project on your own by using the printable template below.

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