How do you get everyone to take the time to sign your guest book? Don't leave buying your guest book for your wedding day until the last minute. If you put in the time to make it special, creative and meaningful, people will take more care in signing it. Your guest book should be as high on your priority list as choosing your photographer, since this book and your photos are the only keepsakes you will have from your wedding day.
But how do you go about personalizing your guest book?
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Use a coffee table book! Have guests sign the margins, title page, and other blank spaces. Customize your guest book by coordinating it with your wedding theme. Is your wedding taking place in a historic site or a museum? Buy a hardbound book from their gift shop with photos of the venue. If you are having a destination wedding, use a coffee table book with photos of that city. If you are having a vintage themed wedding, use a book of vintage wedding dress fashions.
The possibilities are endless.
To make it even more personal, make your own coffee table book! Blurb.com will designs and print a beautiful hardbound book for you, using photos and other memories, like handwritten notes. Guests will be flocking to the guest book table just to check out the loving photos of you and your groom. And why not sign it while they're there?