One of the most popular wedding guest book trends I’ve seen for 2020 are the signable wall decor guest books. Find one like the Salems’ on Etsy.
Or perhaps you’d like a dimensional guest book like David and Hilary’s. You can find it (also on Etsy) here!
The Jenga guest book is a fun alternative for your guests to share marriage advice, date night ideas, well wishes, or shared memories. Just be sure to specify if you want your guests to sign just one Jenga piece per household and purchase enough Jenga pieces, one game of Jenga may not include enough pieces for all of your guests if you have a large wedding guest count.
Polariod memories are a pretty picture indeed. There’s something about the polaroid format that we find so appealing. I think it’s the way we associate polariods with nostalgia, imperfect images, mini-sized memories and as trends go, everything old is new again.
This personalized guest book box is another fun option that can be hung as wall decor to commemorate your special day! You’ll find similar options on Etsy, which you’ll find is truly every bride’s God-send.
Combine one of your favorite shots from your engagement session with an oversized frame with lots of blank space for guests to sign. This is a cute personalized option, especially if you want to showcase your engagement photo and it can easily be swapped out for one of your wedding photos at a later date!
Some of the more traditional wedding guest books are actually in a book format or photo albums featuring couples’ engagement photos or an assortment of photos that illustrate the longevity of their relationship to reminisce every moment leading up to the big day!
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