Wedding Guest Books

Written by Tara Peris
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For those not inclined toward traditional wedding guest books, there are a number of unique alternatives well worth considering. Although you will certainly want a record of who attended your wedding, there is no reason to limit yourself to conventional formats. Think creatively about the style of your event and then choose your recording method accordingly.

Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime occasion that is well worth preserving in every way possible. There are countless keepsakes, both small and large, that you will want to hold onto in order to keep your memories alive. However, few keepsakes are as meaningful as your wedding guest book. Although you may not realize it right now, it is something you will revisit repeatedly in the years to come.

Fond Messages and Memories

Your guest book is not only a way of keeping track of who attended your wedding, but it is also a means for guests to communicate their well wishes in a more personal format. These thoughtful notes will be cherished for generations to come and thus deserve a proper form of expression. Although guest books are the conventional favorite, they are no longer the only option.

These days, some couples are opting to have guests sign a large serving platter that can later be glazed and used on a regular basis. Other couples are using puzzles and other distinctive methods to record messages from guests. You have plenty of options available to you, so get a sense of what's out there before making a final choice.


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