Your Cheap Wedding Guest Book
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Doesn't Have To Be Boring
A cheap wedding guest book can capture your guest's thoughts on your special day without you spending lots. There are lots of different ways to do this.
You could go out and buy a specific wedding guest book, they can be
beautiful and are normally very well organised in the respect that each
entry will have a space for your name etc.
It is worth shopping around,
look out for the
sales, browse through stationery shops, gift shops and definately look
online. Your wedding stationer may 'do you a deal' if you buy it at the
same time as your cheap wedding invitations.
Another overlooked bonus of having everyone write in the book is that you won't lose individual pieces of paper.
Alternative Guest Book Ideas
If you are not inspired to use a traditional book and want your
guests to feel they can be more creative then here are some options;
- If you are traditional
then stick to the idea of a book, stationers have beatifully bound
journal books with blank pages, these will allow your guests to be more
creative on each space. Have a label attached to the front with your
names and your wedding date, this could either be stuck on the front or
you could have a luggage label attached to the spiral bind.
- A video guest book
is fun, ask one of your guests if they have a video camera, you would
then be capturing everyone's thoughts on your special day as they
- Photo booths are popular, especially with props! I have seen lots of paper mustaches and glasses at weddings recently. Rather than buying these you could fairly easily make your own.
- And also think about making your own photobook with polaroid cameras.
- I have seen a teddy bear made with cream
canvas material that all the guests signed with black pen, you could
maybe use your ring cushion. These are fun ways to display a souvenir
from your special day.
- A popular guest book idea is to use a vintage
typewriter if you are having a retro styled wedding, or you could have a
framed photo of the two of you with a big border where you have your
- If the bride and groom love twitter how about setting up a '#' for the wedding, it could be something like #emilyandzack or #eandzbigday. Then have everyone tweet their messages using the hashtag. You could then have a screen set up at the venue for everyone to read the messages.
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