10 of the best unusual wedding guestbook ideas
This could get messy depending on how much champagne you're serving, but getting guests to leave their mark on a framable print is a cute idea.
Save the date
Each of your guests writes down an idea for a date-night, and you can read through each of them on your anniversary.
For a guestbook that you're guaranteed to read every day, ask guests to sign a patchwork quilt and keep your nearest and dearest with you in bed!
Making things a bit more interesting, mock up mini envelopes and guests can tuck away their private messages for you.
A compact way to do it so you can keep it out on the desk forever, use an address book to store your messages.
This is a nice way for your guests to associate a memory or musing with a global landmark or look back on a particular holiday with you.
We love this idea of creating a book series with blank notebooks and giving guests the option to choose a message that suits one or all of them.
A video is worth a thousand misspelt messages, so capture your guests in the moment with these handy cameras.
You can't go wrong with a good old polaroid, and guests can get crafty with the different tape you provide.
A great way to build some memories, ask your guests to pen a short message on a Jenga block and you can have the pleasure of reading through them whenever the party games begin!<br /><br />Check out the <a href="https://www.hitched.co.uk/stationery/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">amazing wedding stationery, available from hitched.co.uk</a>