Guests at a wedding

3 Ideas for Alternative Wedding Guest Books

When you’re planning a wedding, there’s roughly 700 items you need to check off on your list – sending out invites, ordering centerpieces, doing the seating chart, redoing the seating chart once you realized you put your divorced aunt & uncle next to each other. Don’t let your wedding guest book get lost in the to-do list shuffle!

Guest books are a great way to commemorate the day and to let your guests leave you an in-the-moment note. Here are four mediums for creating a unique wedding guest book:

Canvas Prints

Make Van Gogh jealous by making your guest book on a Canvas Print. Pick an image from your engagement shoot with a lot of white space at the top and you’ll create a piece that’s full of memories. Recommended pens: Fine Point Sharpie, Ultra Fine Point Sharpie, Craftsmart Paint Pen.

Write on your Metal Print for your wedding guest book

Metal Prints

If your engagement shoot pictures feature high contrast images (like the water and sunset in the picture above!), print your guest book on Metal. The colors will look more brilliant, and your guest book will transform into a work of art. Recommended pens: Fine Point Sharpie, Craftsmart Paint Pen.

Photo Books

Give your guests the freedom to write in a photo book. With the ability to add pages, you’ll be able to read through heartfelt notes that sit alongside your treasured photos. Recommended pens: any Sharpie will do!

Which alternative guest book is your favorite? Let me know in the comments!

Thank you to I Dream In Flowers, Monica Roberts Photography, and Hannah Marilyn Photography for their imagery in this post and on our products!

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