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I wrote previously in G Is For Guestbook entry (have you read it yet? Brush up because the next round of ABCs is coming soon!) and That Painted Guestbook entry about the myriad of options available to collect well wishes from your loved ones.

Cathrin of Cathrin D’Entremont Weddings emailed me some lovely new ideas which I hadn’t come across.

Have your guests sign rocks or stones, these could be placed in your garden or a vase or pot after the wedding. Would be a great choice for a rustic feel wedding.

 

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Photo by Ira Lippke Studios

I love this one, guests used an ink pad, their fingers and pen to create a ‘tree’ and piece of art for the newlyweds.

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Photo by Christine Farah Photography

Perhaps a surfboard to hang on the wall of your beach shack?

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Photo by Ryan Phillips Photography

How did you capture your guest memories?

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  • Critsey says:
    June 4, 2008 at 5:52 am

    I love the rock idea…so cute! I had a client that all the guests signed something nice on quilting squares and later the brides mother made a quilt for them!

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  • kristin @ the fairmount bride says:
    June 5, 2008 at 12:11 pm

    The rock idea is great, very unique!

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  • Jessica says:
    June 6, 2008 at 4:25 am

    We did a large matted print that our guests signed on with a few different colored pens. It was a big hit, and I totally love it.

    We’re photographers, and we now include one of these for every couple that does engagement portraits with us because they are just so awesome and cute.

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  • Jessica says:
    June 6, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    These are too cute!!! I love them!

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  • PaperStyle says:
    August 1, 2008 at 12:10 am

    I love this idea! There are so many great ways to make memories.

    I really enjoy the idea of a rock garden, or a piece of art. We did a photo guestbook that tends to sit as a conversation piece on the coffeetable.

    Oh, and thanks for stopping by our blog!

    You have great ideas and commentary here, and it’s definately going on the “daily reads” list!

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