Wedding Sign In Book

Wedding Sign In Book

54 of 68 Art Book Guest Book An art book, featuring sculptor Eva Hess whose hanging sculptures were used in the wedding décor, was used as this couple’s guest book. The bride “wanted flowers that looked like bugs or specimens pinned to different screens” as the backdrop for the guest book table. Photography: Leila Brewster Photography See More Details From This Brooklyn Hotel Wedding
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Wedding Sign In Book

1 of 68 Invite attendees to leave you well-wishes at your reception and you’ll have a keepsake to look back on for years to come. And since the sweet notes will be worth cherishing, why shouldn’t what they’re written in be, too? Wedding guest books make great home staples, whether lovingly stashed in a drawer or put on display for all to see. That makes choosing the right guest book important, and we’re here to help you decide. Ahead, a collection of guest books from real weddings, ranging from traditional to completely imaginative and everything in between. Need inspiration for tying your book into the rest of your celebration theme? Look no further—these sentiment-storing journals are sure to stir some ideas. Sticker Sentiment Guest Book At these shoreline nuptials, sticker labels, like those found on Champagne bottles, were provided. Guests toasted the new couple in writing, then stuck their notes inside the accompanying book. Photography: Katie Stoops Photography Get the Best of Wedding Décor and Details
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Wedding Sign In Book

Invite attendees to leave you well-wishes at your reception and you’ll have a keepsake to look back on for years to come. And since the sweet notes will be worth cherishing, why shouldn’t what they’re written in be, too? Wedding guest books make great home staples, whether lovingly stashed in a drawer or put on display for all to see. That makes choosing the right guest book important, and we’re here to help you decide. Ahead, a collection of guest books from real weddings, ranging from traditional to completely imaginative and everything in between. Need inspiration for tying your book into the rest of your celebration theme? Look no further—these sentiment-storing journals are sure to stir some ideas. Sticker Sentiment Guest Book At these shoreline nuptials, sticker labels, like those found on Champagne bottles, were provided. Guests toasted the new couple in writing, then stuck their notes inside the accompanying book. Photography: Katie Stoops Photography Get the Best of Wedding Décor and Details
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Wedding Sign In Book

27 of 68 Pretty Paddle This groom came up with the idea of using a wooden oar instead of a traditional guest book for everyone to sign at this Montana wedding. Instructions were set out encouraging people to leave their mark for the couple as they navigate the waters of life together. Woodworker Chris Kitchens not only handcrafted the piece, but drove a couple of hours to the bride’s mom’s house to deliver it in person so as to avoid any possible damage before the wedding. After the event and before leaving on their four-month honeymoon to Europe, the couple hung the signed oar on their wall using a wooden holster made by Kitchens. Photography: Max Wanger Go Inside This Glamping-Style Wedding
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Wedding Sign In Book

This groom came up with the idea of using a wooden oar instead of a traditional guest book for everyone to sign at this Montana wedding. Instructions were set out encouraging people to leave their mark for the couple as they navigate the waters of life together. Woodworker Chris Kitchens not only handcrafted the piece, but drove a couple of hours to the bride’s mom’s house to deliver it in person so as to avoid any possible damage before the wedding. After the event and before leaving on their four-month honeymoon to Europe, the couple hung the signed oar on their wall using a wooden holster made by Kitchens. Photography: Max Wanger Go Inside This Glamping-Style Wedding
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Wedding Sign In Book

48 of 68 Guest Book of Local Photographs Prior to the big day, the bride’s mother found a book of photographs taken throughout the surrounding Charlottesville area, Albemarle County, where the wedding was taking place. The couple used it as a guest book and family and friends were able to write well-wishes in the margins of the pages. Photography: Lynne Brubaker See More Details From This Yellow-and-Gray Rustic Wedding
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Wedding Sign In Book

An art book, featuring sculptor Eva Hess whose hanging sculptures were used in the wedding décor, was used as this couple’s guest book. The bride “wanted flowers that looked like bugs or specimens pinned to different screens” as the backdrop for the guest book table. Photography: Leila Brewster Photography See More Details From This Brooklyn Hotel Wedding
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Wedding Sign In Book

Invite attendees to leave you well-wishes at your reception and you’ll have a keepsake to look back on for years to come. And since the sweet notes will be worth cherishing, why shouldn’t what they’re written in be, too? Wedding guest books make great home staples, whether lovingly stashed in a drawer or put on display for all to see. That makes choosing the right guest book important, and we’re here to help you decide. Ahead, a collection of guest books from real weddings, ranging from traditional to completely imaginative and everything in between. Need inspiration for tying your book into the rest of your celebration theme? Look no further—these sentiment-storing journals are sure to stir some ideas. Sticker Sentiment Guest Book At these shoreline nuptials, sticker labels, like those found on Champagne bottles, were provided. Guests toasted the new couple in writing, then stuck their notes inside the accompanying book. Photography: Katie Stoops Photography
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Invite attendees to leave you well-wishes at your reception and you’ll have a keepsake to look back on for years to come. And since the sweet notes will be worth cherishing, why shouldn’t what they’re written in be, too? Wedding guest books make great home staples, whether lovingly stashed in a drawer or put on display for all to see. That makes choosing the right guest book important, and we’re here to help you decide. Ahead, a collection of guest books from real weddings, ranging from traditional to completely imaginative and everything in between. Need inspiration for tying your book into the rest of your celebration theme? Look no further—these sentiment-storing journals are sure to stir some ideas. Sticker Sentiment Guest Book At these shoreline nuptials, sticker labels, like those found on Champagne bottles, were provided. Guests toasted the new couple in writing, then stuck their notes inside the accompanying book.
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63 of 68 Guest Book Table Numbers Rather than setting out one guest book, at this California celebration each table at the reception held its own, which doubled as the table number. To create each, three sheets of card stock were folded, sewn at the crease, and backed with book cloth using double-sided tape. The table number was printed on card stock and tied to the book with ribbon woven through slits at the edges. Photography: Tanya Malott See More Details From This Vineyard Wedding
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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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This groom came up with the idea of using a wooden oar instead of a traditional guest book for everyone to sign at this Montana wedding. Instructions were set out encouraging people to leave their mark for the couple as they navigate the waters of life together. Woodworker Chris Kitchens not only handcrafted the piece, but drove a couple of hours to the bride’s mom’s house to deliver it in person so as to avoid any possible damage before the wedding. After the event and before leaving on their four-month honeymoon to Europe, the couple hung the signed oar on their wall using a wooden holster made by Kitchens.
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This groom came up with the idea of using a wooden oar instead of a traditional guest book for everyone to sign at this Montana wedding. Instructions were set out encouraging people to leave their mark for the couple as they navigate the waters of life together. Woodworker Chris Kitchens not only handcrafted the piece, but drove a couple of hours to the bride’s mom’s house to deliver it in person so as to avoid any possible damage before the wedding. After the event and before leaving on their four-month honeymoon to Europe, the couple hung the signed oar on their wall using a wooden holster made by Kitchens. Photography: Max Wanger
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8 of 68 Heirloom Guest Book Station A custom guest book made from the bride’s paternal grandfather’s old highway patrol binder sat on a table the bride has owned since she was 18. A stack of vintage suitcases belonging to her grandparents was set nearby to incorporate the couple’s love of travel and represent the adventures their marriage would bring. Also on hand was a typewriter for guests to type their well-wishes. “I remember my grandmother typing on hers all the time when I was young,” Hillary recalls. “It’s a fond memory I have, so I typed many of the wedding details.” The finishing touch was a hand-painted sign made by the maid of honor. Photography: Alexandra Creswell Get the Best of Vintage Weddings

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