Guest books aren’t an absolute necessity but are one of the few tangible things you can take away from your wedding day and look back on with fond memories, later on. Simply signing into a book has lost popularity, though, and people are coming up with innovative and fun ways to incorporate their guest books while giving their guests something fun to do and taking away a super fun keepsake. The options are endless.Making an art piece out of thumb prints, colored stamps and a simple tree drawing is an up and coming way to collect a little something from every guest. I love the fun and fresh look. It saves paper, too!
Your guests can also sign any and everything you can think of. From guitars and benches to surf boards and records, these are great keepsakes. Trees and cute paperie notes can be turned into scrap books or tucked away to look back on down the roadYou can buy premade templates for guests to fill out and share any memories or stories that pertain to them and the couple. This way you can combine everything into one easy to read book that can be looked back on and laughed about. After playing with one at a wedding I attended, I know how fun and interactive these can be!Coffee table books serve two purposes when they double as a guest book, too. We love the Denver book in Colorado and other Mile High versions, which you can buy in most book stores and keep in your book collection forever.