Gone are the days where guests leave a simple message written in a book. Now couples are getting creative with their guest book ideas or choosing for much more decorative interactions that can be displayed as a personal piece of artwork.
Here are a few of our favourites we have found that we would love to inspire your wedding planning with. Share with us your thoughts and favourite ideas for your alternative to a guest book in the comments below.
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Globe with a difference
If you are a couple that loves to travel have your guests sign a globe. This is a decorative globe with a difference that you can put on display in your home. Photo credits: Orange Turtle
Use your Favourite Game
Jenga is a fun and interactive game of skill and certainly patience. Have your guests each leave a message on different sides of a Jenga block. This idea is an interactive guest book alternative that you can actually use in years to come.
Jigsaw puzzle of Love
Often the people in our lives are so integral to shaping us into the people we are. Have your guests sign a puzzle piece to symbolise the different people who make up your lives. You can frame the completed puzzle as a memory of your big day. Here are some that we have found and thought were gorgeous.
Artwork for Display
Sign your name on a heart to wish the couple a happy start. What a cute framed work of art that will serve as a unique keepsake for years to come. There is a range of colours and pictures to choose from.
Finger print Tree’s
These beautifully hand drawn trees create the perfect canvas for your guests to personally leave their fingerprints on your big day.
Have your guests share their favourite date ideas. It is important to keep the romance alive while married and we loved the idea of couples pulling out a suggestion when needing date inspiration! An alternative to this idea is having different jars for each milestone of your marriage 5, 10, 20 years and have your guests write advice for each of these milestones.