I am a huge believer in being at the right place at the right time and Sarah and Kevin were at the right place at the right time when they met teaching at the same school here in Las Vegas.
Amanda and Oli were married at Anthem Country Club on June 22nd, 2010. Many of their guests were from out of the country so they wanted to make their wedding an all day event! This is where Digs Studio decided to surprise the bride and groom with a same day edit video. There was not a dry eye in the house and it was a great surprise to all! Check it out below:
Open the book.....sign the page.....close. How many times have we done that at a wedding while signing the traditional guest book? Then we think to ourselves "Are the bride and groom really going to look at my signature years from now?" While attending my friends Missy and Jason's wedding, guests signed a Dallas Cowboys Jersey (the groom's favorite sports team) personalized with their last name on the back. It was such a creative way to remember who attended their wedding and something that won't get boring to look at. Here are some other great and unique ways to get a record of your guests. A Wishing Tree
This can be decorated to fit your wedding colors or your home decor, plus it is a great visual to display. Guests will write you well wishes and hang it from your tree.
Photo Credit: True Color Events
Wedding Guest Book Box
This monogrammed recipe styled box alphabetizes your guests for you. Each guest can take a card and write you some love. The box is perfect for a little keepsake and it would be fun to take out every now and then.
Photo Credit: Just Write Boutique on Etsy
Painting from your guests
I love love love this! This couple assigned a friend to help guests paint a part of this canvas. What a perfect memory to take with you and a wonderful piece of decor for your home.
Photo Credit: The Bridal Blog
Wedding Quilt Guest Book
Keep your family close and their signatures closer! This quilt can be displayed at your wedding for guests to sign and it is perfect for showing off your engagement photos. I wonder if they can make a signature book Snuggie?
Photo Credit: www.bride.ca
The saying "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue" has been around for centuries. Many brides have committed themselves to this for their wedding day. I have heard that the something blue was thanks to brides in Ancient Rome who wore blue to symbolize love and purity. It is easy to put this well known phrase into action, but the "Something Blue" might be the last one you think about or sometimes even forget. Here are some great options for you to think about when it is your time to take on Mission Something Blue! Add a blue brooch to your bouquet. Even if your guests don't see it, you will know it is there.
Who can forget the Blue Manolo Blahnik shoe that Big proposed to Carrie with in Sex and the City? A blue shoe on your wedding day would be a great way to incorporate the color.
Blue Nail Polish
A blue floral hair pin or you can add this somewhere on your wedding dress.
A blue clutch bag
And for those brides that feel wearing blue will clash, What about a "Something Blue" signature drink for your wedding?
What is your Something Blue?
Credit: Blue High Heel by Manolo Blahnik, Blue Brooch by JazzleDazzle.com, Blue Floral Hair Clip by Flowerclip.com, Blue Clutch Bag by Perfecthandbags.co.uk, Blue Chanel Nail Polish by Chanel at Saks fifth Avenue, Blue Earrings by Wendy Brandes, and Blue Hawaiian Creme Cocktail by Science of Drinks.