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    Friends and family write notes and slip in whatever year bottle they want. Open it on your anniversary that year.

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    • Brilliant Mr. Burns

      Yep, we are already saving wine bottles. Instead of a guest book, have your guests leave “messages in a bottle” that are opened in future anniversary years, corresponding with the number on the bottle. | 31 Impossibly Romantic Wedding Ideas

    • Kai Smith

      Wedding Guest Book: Set up empty wine bottles with labels on them, and have a cute selection of paper and pens. Have each guest put a message in one or more of the bottles, giving you wedding advice, anecdotes, and encouragement, that you and your spouse could read on the corresponding anniversary yr!

    • Ashley Gergich

      Have guests put notes into the wine bottles for whatever year they choose and the the couple opens each one on that anniversary--- but do it for table numbers instead!

    • Celeste Scott

      This would be fantastic to use as table number to give the guests something to do. Not instead of a guest book though. tInstead of a guest book, have your guests leave “messages in a bottle” that are opened in future anniversary years, corresponding with the number on the bottle. | 31 Impossibly Romantic Wedding Ideas.

    • Sparkle & Posy

      #Guestbook #Alternative #Unique #Winery #Wine #Anniversary #Years #Numbers #Notes #Advice (Guests write a note for the couple and put it in a bottle of their choosing. The couple opens the notes on their corresponding anniversary)

    • Paula OPaula

      Kinda like this idea but.. maybe not as many years as they did and... maybe not with wine bottles.. | 31 Impossibly Romantic Wedding Ideas "Instead of a guest book, have your guests leave “messages in a bottle” that are opened in future anniversary years, corresponding with the number on the bottle."

    • Gina Burlison

      Wedding idea: Instead of a guest book, have your guests leave "messages in a bottle" that are opened in future anniversary years, corresponding with the number on the bottle.

    • Nicole Stillman

      Anniversary notes instead of guestbook

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