Alternative Guestbook Ideas

Having a guestbook for your guests to sign at your wedding is a great way to remind you and your partner of your wedding day, who attended and read their accompanied well-wishes. Luckily, there are so many options when it comes to customizing this element. You can really have it be a true reflection of you and your partner and/or your wedding theme. Check out the following list of guestbook alternatives for some inspiration:

Engagement Guest Book:

Engagement guest books are impressive considering that it lets you show off lots of the engagement session photos, while giving yet another kind of guest book to sign at the wedding reception. Spaces inside the guest book enable wedding guests to jot down sweet advice and best wishes for the couple while displaying the best photos from your engagement photo shoot.

Fingerprint Guest Book:

Design your guest book as a work of art. Just let your guest press their thumb to create leaves in which they will place their signature or message for the bride and groom. (See photo in header.)

Guest Book Platter:

Grab the moments of your wedding event with the best souvenir and genuine messages that you can treasure and display for a long time. A platter is indeed a great guest book alternative. Don’t forget to bake in your home oven to protect and seal on the messages.

Guest Book Puzzle:

Either side on the puzzle features a portrait photo chosen by the bride and groom and have the back side for the wedding guest’s personal comments. Put the pieces inside a glass container at the wedding venue, together with a message requesting guest to autograph the incomplete backside.

Guest Quilt:

Another guest book idea is to choose a guest quilt. After it is sewn together, it reminds you of the people who come to your wedding day. Place a cardboard under the fabric to avoid the fabric marker from bleeding through.

Jenga Guest Book Alternative:

A different way to engage with your guest is to have them take a block of Jenga stick to write their message to the happy couple. Every time you play the game, it will bring back all the memories for years to come.

Polaroid Scrapbook:

Make sure the Polaroid camera has plenty of film. Wedding guest can strike a pose then leave their photo on the guest book, together with their short message.

Vintage Postcard:

For those couple who have a timeless vintage or travel styled wedding, using vintage postcards as guest book complements it. Guest then compose their sweet wishes for the wedding couple.

Wine Cork Guest Book:

For wine lovers, wine corks can be a guest book alternative for guest to write on.

Wishing Stones:

An Irish wedding tradition wherein they have their wedding guests write their best wishes on smooth stones. Put together a wedding guest book table with plenty of pebbles and a glass vase filled up with water. After the guest signed with a permanent marker, they can put the stones inside the vase. This represent and bring back the tradition of throwing stones into a river or pool.

Wishing Tree Guest Book:

A Wish Tree as an alternative guest book coming from a Dutch wedding tradition where visitors are provided with a sheet of paper. The guests write their wishes to the bride and groom and then hang it on the tree. This creates a stunning focal point. The tree is positioned at the entry ways towards the wedding reception to amaze your guests as they walk in.

Wooden Slice Guest Book:

Another guest book alternative is to have your guest sign a large wooden guest book that is almost the size of a tree trunk.

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