Assign each table a different anniversary year (i. table 1 would be anniversary year etc.) and let the guests at that table write notes to be opened on that particular anniversary year (a unique alternative to a wedding guest book).
Collect your favorite baby photos and school pictures to make these simple wedding table numbers. For each table number, include a photo of both the bride and groom at that age. Above, the bride and groom looking adorable at age nine!
giant numbers at your shoot for wedding reception table photos - oh ok, kind of cute. I thought it was supposed to be the numbers for the Save-the-Dates (which it might be cute to do both, kind of tie it all together)
This is so true. My maid of honor bought me a matching set of perfume and body lotion. I wore it on my wedding day and during my honeymoon. Whenever I smell it now it brings me back! My husband loves it too.
Want a guest book you'll actually look at again? Create a photo book of your engagement photos for guests to sign. This is the best alternative guest book idea I have seen. maybe to go along with a traditional guest book?
bachelorette party game: quiz the bride with questions about the groom (that he provides!) for each answer wrong, she takes a jello shot. for each answer right, she hands one out. --any game with jello shots, i'm in