Guest book tables are one of the first things your guests will see when it comes to your actual wedding day. The guest book is a way to introduce your guests to the entire wedding experience. Plus, you can personalize your guest book table to fit your big day. While traditional guest books are still a great classic, there are also tons of other ideas you can choose for your wedding. If you’re looking for fun and unique ways to welcome your guests, then check out these guest book table ideas!
Message in a Bottle
This guest book idea is great for couples who want more than names to remember their big day by. Whether you’re looking for marriage advice, favorite quotes, or date ideas, have your guests leave you a message in a bottle!
If you’re a cornhole fanatic, put out custom cornhole boards by your guest book table and have your guests sign the boards. Every time you pull out the boards to play, you’ll be able to remember your wedding day and all the guests who made the day so special.
If you want to stick with a physical guest book, then add a fun twist by having your guests take Polaroids of themselves. They can sign their photos, tape it to the book and write a message next to it. Not only will you see the message they wrote, but you’ll be able to see which guests wrote every message. Polaroids add an extra special touch and can add to the nostalgia around your wedding day.
Are you a music lover? Thrift some vintage vinyl records or have your guests sign your favorite record. You can decorate the table with a record player, a display of your favorite records, and Polaroids of you and your fiancé. Each anniversary, you can pull out your guest book record and be pulled back into memories of your wedding when you listen to the music.
A wood piece is a great way to add a piece of your wedding in your new home together! Whether it’s a frame, a wood slice, or other decoration piece, hang it in your house to display your wedding to your family and friends. Every time you walk into the room, you’ll be reminded of every person who made your wedding special.
Caught the travel bug? Have your guests pick out a postcard to sign. You can place the cards in a swiveling display, have your guests write a sweet message, and then place the cards in a cute mailbox.
If you’re getting married around the holiday season, why not have guests sign ornaments? Each year, you can put your guests’ ornaments on your Christmas tree together, or have a separate tree for your wedding memories altogether! Either way, these ornaments are sure to make the holiday season even more special.
If you and your fiancé are an adventurous pair, then the bucket list guest book is perfect for you! Have your guests write down their favorite adventure idea. Throughout your marriage, you can pull ideas from the bucket and keep adventuring together!
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