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  • Jessica Carrier

    Wedding guests write notes and slip them in whatever year bottle they want. Open it on your anniversary that year.--this would be especially special for the later years where maybe some of the people who put something in those bottles passed away. This is a very cute idea and could also replace having a guestbook.

  • Jerrie Keck

    Very cute idea!! Guests write notes and put them in the wine bottle of their choice, then the couple opens them on said anniversary.

  • Tori Baumberger

    guests write notes and slip in whatever year bottle they want. open it on your anniversary that year... .this is a cool idea for an "extra" at the guest book table!

  • Chelsea Bradway

    guests write notes and slip in whatever year bottle they want. open it on your anniversary that year. Instead of all together maybe we'll do wine bottles for the table number

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