On your wedding day, you will be greeted by people you love, friends, family, people that are friends of your family, people that you knew ten years ago that are invited to your wedding because they were a great influence on your life once. The chances of your remembering and holding dear each greeting, face, and sweet well wishes, is slim to none. That is why the wedding guestbook was invented. The traditional guestbook is one that just allows guest to sign their name, allowing you to remember who was there. Though there are plenty of brides that still use this traditional guestbook, many have chosen more creative options or options that encourage guests to give advice and write out their well wishes for the bride and groom.
On the Wedding Collectibles blog, we have talked about how to set up the perfect the perfect sign in and gift table (which you can find by following this link), but we wanted to take a closer look at the nitty gritty of what you need for your guestbook and sign in table.