7 Unique Wedding Guest Book Ideas

Out with the old and in with the new! Traditional wedding guests books often get thrown on a shelf and looked at maybe once a year during your anniversary. Make the guest book something a little more special that you can cherish for years to come. Keep reading for some unique guest book ideas from your favorite bridal boutique in Palm Beach.

1. The Bucket List Guest Book.

If you're an adventurous couple that's always looking for new experiences, try the Bucket List Guest Book. Ask guests to leave recommendations of places to go and things to see that you can add to your bucket list. For years to come, you'll have ideas of fun ways to spend time with your new spouse. Adventure awaits!

2. Vintage Vinyl Guest Book.

For the music buffs, consider having your guests sign some vintage vinyl. Scour garage sales or thrift shops for old, inexpensive albums to use for your guest book. You can then use them to create a modern piece of artwork to display over your stereo and music storage area. 

3. Scrapbook Guest Book.

Take the traditional guest book up a notch and have guests help you create a scrapbook! Setup a station with a Polaroid camera, washi tape, colored pens, stickers, etc. When guests arrive, they can snap a picture of themselves, tape it in the scrapbook and then scribble down their names and some advice for the newly weds.

4. Video Guest Book.

For the tech-savvy couple, a video guest book is the perfect solution. Instead of having people write down their well-wishes for the bride and groom, have them record them. Setup a station with a video camera, iPad or some other recording device. Ask guests to create fun shout-outs on video. Later you can combine each clip to create a fun wedding video that you can cherish for years to come.

5. Guest Book Quilt.

Be reminded of that special day every time you're cold and need to cuddle up with a blanket by having your guests sign a quilt instead of a traditional guest book. Sew together pieces of material, possible featuring your wedding colors, to create a quilt that guests can then sign with fabric markers. Instead of having your guest book sit on a shelf and collect dust, you can turn it into something you'll use regularly.

6. The Game Guest Book.

Do you and your fiance love to play board games? Why not create a guest book that you can play with? Grab a Jenga set or your favorite board game and ask guest to sign the board or game pieces. Each time you play the game, you'll be reminded of all the fun you had at your wedding and all the friends and family you were able to share the special occasion with.

7. Message in a Bottle Guest Book.

Decorate a wine bottle and have guests drop their advice and well-wishes into it. This creates a time capsule that you guys can open on your first wedding anniversary. Enjoy reading all the notes together as your reminisce that magical day!

We hope you enjoyed these different ways of creating a guest book for your wedding. At Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches, we want to be your go-to resource for wedding planning, not just the best wedding dress shop in South Florida. If you're still looking for that perfect gown for your special day, give us a call at 561-793-4633 to setup an appointment today. We would love the opportunity to help you find the perfect look for your big day!

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Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
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