Just as escort card displays are becoming a focal point of wedding day décor (we found the photos to prove it), guestbooks, too, are taking on an entirely new look. In fact, rarely do we see a guestbook these days that’s actually a book.
And while we’ve covered guestbook alternatives from local artists in the past, even we were surprised by the creative ways in which couples are memorializing their guest lists. We’re talking slipping words of advice into a piñata (we’ve touched on those, too!) for the bride and groom to pop open on their anniversary, autographing a surfboard, and even signing blocks from the game Jenga (love!). Some couples decide to have guests contribute colorful thumbprints to a work of art that they’ll hang in their home or even jot their names on a bench that’ll sit in their backyard.
As with many aspects of your Big Day, the possibilities for your guestbook are limitless and completely up to your taste, preference, and the style of your wedding. To get your creative juices flowing, we’ve pulled together a few particularly inspiring versions from Pinterest.