Your guest book is a great way to cherish memories from your wedding after your celebration has come and gone. As bride and grooms get more creative with decor, the idea of a traditional wedding guest book is evolving. Your guests don’t have to sign a “book” made up of paper and binding; alternative guest book ideas are a great way to show off your couple personality or tie-in your wedding theme.
Keep reading to discover six unique guest book ideas you can use in your wedding:
Globe: Adventure enthusiasts can share their love of the world with their family and friends by using a globe guest book. You can even get some great new travel ideas by encouraging your attendees to sign next to their favorite destination.
Surfboard: If you are having a tropical wedding or live near the beach, consider having guests sign a surfboard instead! This tubular idea doubles as creative wedding decor.
Quilt: Want a guest book you can cuddle with? Ask your guests to sign pieces of fabric, and once you have all the fabric pieces signed, sew it together. Voila! You have a cozy guest book quilt to use whenever you get cold.
Dictionary: There’s already a book full of kind words to describe your love – the dictionary! Have guests circle a word that reminds them of you and have them bookmark the page for you to revisit later.
Corn hole: If you and your spouse love lawn games or tailgating, have guests sign a corn hole board you can use for years to come.
Puzzle: Since love is a riddle, fill up a jigsaw puzzle of sweet words and kind messages. Your puzzle will be complete once all of your guests have helped put the pieces in place.
Tablet: Take advantage of new technology with a tablet guest book. Have guests record messages straight to an iPad that you can compile into a movie later. You and your spouse will be able to rewatch these memories over and over again.