Guest books help provide great memories for your wedding. Whether you have family members you rarely get to see, friends coming in from out of town, or guests that live far away, a guest book can provide the perfect way to re-live your wedding through the eyes of your friends and family.
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Guide your friends along the way with simple questions to jot down along with their name. You can ask sweet questions for them to answer about your marriage or to remember little things about your day that were maybe lost on your and your sweetie in the hustle and bustle of the big day. See below for a few ideas to help guests with their posts:
Where do you think we will be in 10-20 years? Where should we go for our 10 year anniversary? What is the best marriage advice you have ever received? When did you know we were meant for each other? Where should we go on date nights? What were you really thinking during our vows? What should we do during our first year of marriage? What advice would you give the bride about the groom, the groom about the bride? What do you think we should remember most about our wedding day? What will you remember most? What's your advice for the honeymoon night? What are your tips for falling in love over and over again? What's the most memorable thing about us? What are the first three words that come to mind when you think of us?