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2. Playing Games Have your guests sign their name and a short message on your favorite board game. Whether it's Monopoly, Jenga or a puzzle, you'll have fun looking back at the names while you're actually having some fun playing the game as newlyweds.
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4. Mad Libs for the Win Pass out customized Mad Libs to all your guests. Give them a cute place to drop them before the night ends and you'll end up with funny stories and advice from your guests to cherish for years to come.
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5. Make a Quilt Set out fabric markers and squares of fabric for guests to write their names and messages. Have all the squares sewn together to make a quilt as an alternative to a traditional guest book. Choose colors to match your wedding to remember your reception decor.
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6. Thumbprint Artwork If you're wanting to add in the slightest bit of finger painting, try letting your guests make their mark, literally. Set out an easy-to-clean stamp pad or small container of paint and let the guests add their thumbprint to a canvas.
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7. Map or Globe Have your guests sign their name by the city they're coming from. This one works exceptionally well with couples who have a large attendance of out-of-town guests. Your new map or globe can be displayed in your home and you and your hubby can even add to it with your own traveling adventures.
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8. Furniture A bench, side table or even a piece of wood you can display is a unique guest book alternatives - especially for an outdoor or rustic wedding. Make sure you test out that your writing utensils will work on the wood you choose.
Whether you decide on a traditional guest books or something more unique - a wedding guest book is a great way to capture even more memories of your special day! Happy Wedding Planning!