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Our 5 Favorite Wedding Guest Book Alternatives

Fun Wedding Coasters Let Your Guests Give Marriage Advice
We love this unique guest book alternative. What a way to get your guests talking and get their insights on what makes a happy marriage. You'll enjoy these for years after the wedding, there's no doubt! These soft white paper coasters feature "Advice for the Mr. & Mrs." The design is printed in blue with red heart accent at bottom. Four lines for writing advice and area at bottom for signature. 4" x 4". Not available personalized. 25 per set.
Lovebirds Canvas Signature Guest Book
So romantic! This beautiful canvas becomes a work of art as your guests arrive and sign it. It's custom made, personalized free of charge, and fashioned with a vintage inspired lovebirds design and quote. This super cute guest book alternative creates interactive fun for your guests on the big day and a standout, signature art piece for every day after. Combining contemporary style to a time honored wedding tradition, this framed canvas transfers beautifully into custom home decor.  Quote along the top reads, "Without love, we are birds with broken wings." -Morrie Schwartz

Metal Etching Signature Frame
Another one of our favorites. This Personalized Signature Frame is a great alternative to traditional paper guest books and is a wonderful keepsake from your wedding day that can be displayed for years to come. You simply add your favorite photo! The easy-to-use Signature Engraving Scribe™ permanently etches signatures into the sturdy, high quality alloy surface. No special treatments are needed for the mat, your guests just sign and it is ready to display.
Signature Decorative Platter, Pen & Easel Set
If you're looking for a fun way to collect guest signatures, look no further than with our Signature Decorative Platter, Pen & Easel Set. An interactive way to involve your guests, this fun platter also makes an amazing keepsake for your home. The three dimensional design of the square platter gives a modern twist to traditional shape, and the vintage easel easily displays it for all to see.
The Story of Us
Personalize this unique guest book alternative with your very own love story! Fill the pages with the story of your first date, how he proposed, your family trees and so much more. Your guests can read your "Story of Us" then sign in the guest book space at the back of the book (allows for up to 128 signatures). Includes a small hidden compartment suitable for a few select keepsakes such as your "something blue" or sentimental marriage vows.


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