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Honeycomb Guest Book Poster
For a novel way to keep a record of who came to your wedding, set out this poster with individual spaces for friends and family to sign. Later, you can frame it for art that’s truly priceless. Just print our template and fill in your own details.
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Instead of having your loved ones write messages in a book, put out a poster on which they can sign their names. Then, after the wedding, display it on your wall.
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An ordinary guest book often garners run-of-the-mill well-wishes, so we came up with this clever alternative: Each dinner table bears a blank book with a question on the cover (one per table), and each guest finds a pen and a ribbon, reading "Don't forget to sign the booklet," atop the napkin.
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Oval Guest Book Label
Make your book of love eye-catching with a personalized label that commemorates your wedding date.
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Sending out handmade thank-you notes is an extra-special way to express gratitude.
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Help wedding guests come up with the perfect words for you and your groom with these conversation-starting phrases printed on recipe-size index cards.
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Candy-Shaped Note Card
Ask friends to write "sweet wishes" with personalized pencils (pencils-rus.com) on candy-shaped notecards.
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Photo postcards allow you to share your wedding day memories -- and are simple to create. To get the old-fashioned red postcard graphic stamp on the back of the card, download our template and have a stamp made at an office-supply store.
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Multilingual Thank-You Card
If you're tying the knot abroad, consider this template that allows you to thank your wedding guests in an array of languages.
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Bring back the romance and joy of the day you said "I do" with these charming, personalized thank-you cards that feature one of your wedding photographs.
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Wrap up wedding party and family thank-you gifts with a birthday calendar for both the bride's and groom's families.