A children’s book happened to be the perfect symbol for this couple’s love. San Francisco, the city where they met and fell in love, was the subject of this cute book. It doubled as an excellent guestbook thanks to the large amounts of white space often found in children’s books.
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Not only did this couple want their guest book to last for ages, they even wanted it to be used every day. For the wedding, they carried a stained piece of pine, and guests signed it with paint pens. This table still exists to this day in the backyard where the couple held picnics and barbecues with friends.
A very cute idea for teachers and bookish types, but can work for anyone. This idea is fun, too, because it can give your guests some inspiration in areas they hadn’t thought of before. Later on, when this guest book sits in your home as a little piece of decor, the novelty of it will far outlast a normal guest book.
A neat idea, and one that translates very well into a display piece! Use any shape or frame you desire to really make this guest book your own.
A polaroid guestbook not only will add a much needed visual element, but also a personal touch. The idea of being able to see your guests as they were on your wedding day is a charming one that really brings your guest book alive.