I am still undecided about whether to have a guestbook at my wedding celebration. Whilst it makes a lovely keepsake for the Bride & Groom, I also feel that you’re asking guests to write wishes that they’ve already written in their cards.
I’ve considered buying a book or journal of some kind and cutting up the written parts and nice bits of the cards and putting them into the guestbook to create a scrap-guestbook, and I could possibly include photos from our DIY photobooth.
I adore these eco-friendly rustic timber guestbooks for a wedding, they’re timeless and can be customised to your personal taste. A timeless keepsake.
Created by Lorgie&Me, based out of Fremantle, they use timber and modern design to create unique, sustainably designed paper goods.
Created by Wedding Day Tree out of the US, these custom wood guest books are simply beautiful and can tell your personal story. I love the book with the tree motif, this would fit in well with the tree motif on our ring bowl.
Maybe an alternative to making guests write in a book is the increasingly popular fingerprint guest book where guests get to ink a finger and mark their stamp on a beautiful print. Not only will you end up with a colorful, custom piece of artwork, but you won’t have a forgotten guestbook collecting dust. Here’s some I like…