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To Guest book or not to guest book

Your wedding day will probably one of the most important days of your life and most couples want their day to stand out from the rest. Adding details to your wedding day that are customised to you and your partner is the perfect way to make your day more special and unique. To help make your wedding as unique as you are, we have crafted together our top tips for customising your wedding day.

There are many things you can skip at a wedding, but should you skip a guest book?

A wedding guest book is a long-standing tradition offering a wonderful and easy way to remind the happy couple who attended their wedding. It is seen as a keepsake of well wishes, and a list of who to thank for coming to the special day. But the idea of waiting in line to sign your name in a book that will get hidden away on a shelf is not exactly exciting. This tradition has had a few modern twists along the way, making it a fun element for guests at a wedding.

Whether the bride and groom are world travellers, tea drinkers or foodies, use a favourite activity to create the perfect, and personal, guest book.

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