A Creative Way to Wish Newlyweds Well
Weddings are becoming an art form in and of themselves. This celebration is inspiring a wealth of creative projects and ideas that personalize the event even more and make it a true representation of you and your betrothed. Today, many couples are revamping old traditions as times change so they can fit their needs. Don’t want your family to choose sides at the ceremony? Craft a cute sign that says “Choose a seat, not a side.” Appalled at the idea of a drab white cake? It’s cool — you can have a zombie-themed cake or a Disney princess cake and no one will scoff.
Another wedding upgrade we think you should try? A revamp of the wedding sign-in book. Here are four unique ways to do it:
Instead of having guests pencil there name in on a boring book, have them write down date ideas. You can have them written on popsicle sticks and put into an empty mason jar.
Strike a Pose
If you can’t afford a photo booth, a cute guest book alternative could be a Polaroid box where guests can snap funny photos and write well-wishes.
Type it Out
For the rustic, vintage-loving couple, an old typewriter set-up is a super cute way to get guests to leave sweet notes for your big day!
For the couple who loves keepsakes, get guests to write you their words of wisdom down on a piece of paper and attach it to a vintage key!