Adventurous Wedding Guest Book Ideas
Create memories that will last a lifetime with your wedding guest book. While your wedding day will fly by in the blink of an eye, a wedding guest book allows you to look back at who you celebrated with for years to come! As wedding trends continue to evolve, many couples are ditching the traditional guest book of paper and binding in favor of something more unique. Adventurous wedding guest book ideas are creative ways to evoke a sense of adventure in your wedding guests.
You and your spouse are embarking on the greatest journey of all, so celebrate with these travel-inspired wedding guest book ideas.
Globe: This decorative guest book alternative lets you share your love of travel with guests by having them sign all over the world! You can also get travel ideas by having guests initial next to their favorite travel destinations.
Message in a bottle: Collect messages the old-fashioned way: in a bottle! Have guests sign slips of paper and place them into a bottle for you to discover at a later day. This is an especially fun idea for tropical destination weddings.
Wishing stones: Decorate your garden or backyard with beautiful wishing stones full of well wishes. These decorative stones smooth surface make them perfect for inscriptions.
Seashells: This guest book idea doubles as a fun DIY activity for you in the months leading up to your wedding day. Each time you visit the beach, scour the shoreline for large shells to display at your wedding for guests to sign.
Bucket list: Start building out your bucket list at your wedding reception. Ask guests to submit their adventure ideas on a sheet of paper. Later on, you and your spouse can revisit the suggestions for some awesome date ideas.
Postcards: Have your guests sign postcards from destinations that are near and dear to you and your spouse – or to destinations you are dreaming of traveling to.
You can also check out a list of alternative wedding guest book ideas that we compiled at the link below:
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