Set out an old-fashioned typewriter with long sheets of paper for guests to write good wishes to the bride and groom as the feeling strikes. Look for inexpensive vintage machines online or at thrift stores or flea markets; they come in colors to go with any palette. After the wedding, tie into a scroll with ribbon.

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Comments (7)

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Anonymous
February 11, 2013
Where to get the paper though!? I've called numerous paper compies and all I can come up with is a 225' roll! That's 200' too much...
Anonymous
March 19, 2010
I love this idea. Where can you get long sheets of paper like they mention?
Anonymous
March 10, 2010
I love this, but did people actually take time to type messages? I really want to use this idea for my vintage wedding, but also want to make sure people actually participate. Any ideas or thoughts?
Anonymous
January 5, 2010
We are definitely planning on using a vintage typewriter for our guest book. What a great and unexpected touch!!! I love this idea.
Anonymous
August 30, 2009
We had an very old typewriter as a guesbook and had many great reaction. and great messages
Anonymous
April 10, 2008
This is a very creative idea. i love it!!!