7 Alternatives to the Traditional Wedding Guest Book

Weddings today aren’t as traditional as they used to be. Which means you no longer have to stick to old traditions. Your guests no longer have to sign a bound guest book. Your “guest book” can match the style and trends of your wedding!

 

Here’s 7 alternatives to the traditional guest book:

1. Mailbox and Postcards

You can get postcards from the state where you and your spouse met, the states you two are from, or the state you’re getting married in. Have your guests sign the back of the postcards and slip the cards into the mailbox!

2. Polaroid Pictures

This “guest book” is one of the best ways to make your wedding a bit more meaningful and personal. Grab a polaroid camera and have your guests take a picture of themselves! You can have them hang their photos on a line using clothes pins, or you can mount the photos into a

personalized photo book.

3. Globes and Maps

This idea is perfect for the couple that might be a bit more adventurous. You can grab a map, or a globe and have your guests sign in by offering some “worldly advice”.

4. Photo Guest Book

You can get a photo book with your engagement photos and have your guests sign the pages of your photo book!

5. Jenga Blocks

Make one of your favorite childhood games a bit more personalized. You can add your names and your wedding date onto Jenga blocks and have your guests sign your customized blocks!

6. Letter Guestbook

Find a wooden letter for the first letter of your last name and have your guests sign it. You can hang the letter up in your new home as a way to remember your special day!

7. Poster

Print a poster with your one of your engagement or wedding photos and have your guests sign the poster. After your wedding you can frame your poster and hang it in your house!

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