To add a personal touch to their weddings, couples have been coming up with creative and unique ideas. And one event element they like to change up is the guestbook. Instead of the classic “sign your name” guest books, couples are coming up with new ideas that are both functional and fun to display in their homes after the big day. With different personalities, hobbies, and preferences, couples can take almost ANYTHING and make their guestbook their own.
Who doesn’t love a game of Jenga? Add this game to your fun wedding by making it a guest book! Each guest can write their well wishes on each Jenga piece. Take the whole game home, play with your significant other, and reminiscent about your big day all over again. (Photograph via Oh Weddings)
I love play on words – and this one is no different! Have your guest write you not only their blessings, but also their secret to their key to success! (I mean, who doesn’t want to know everyone’s keys to successes, right?) Hang them on a piece of wood or cork, and it makes a beautiful souvenir to place in your home. (Photograph via: Jesihaack Weddings Blog)
Puzzles are one of those “games” that I really feel should be finished by two people. The purpose is putting all the pieces together to form the big picture. So why not use puzzle pieces as your guestbook? Get your guests to each sign a different piece of the puzzle, piece the puzzle together, and frame it. It’d look awesome hung up on your wall! (Photograph via Inspiring Pretty)
Instead of having a guest book at the sign in table, allow your guests to use down time during the dinner to sign on the centerpieces. These simple and cute signature vases look great personalized with sweet messages from your guests! You won’t ever run out of cute vases to use at home after your wedding! (Photograph via Belle Styles)
If you want your wedding to be special, use as many unique elements in your wedding as you can. And an out-of-the-box idea for a wedding guest book is a great way to introduce a stunning wedding. From keys to games, you really can find inspiration anywhere to create a great guestbook!