Make Your Own DIY Wedding Guest Book

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A Thoughtful Wedding Gift

Spring is the time of love…and weddings! Add some color to the event by either making your own guest book or gifting it to someone you know (They’ll appreciate it). By making your own guestbook you create opportunities to personalize the guest experience, add more color to what could be a bland book, as well as just have fun making it! Keep reading for a free printable!

Due to the size of the guest book, your Tiny Borders and Tiny Brackets are perfect for this project! They add different layering options as well as some fun spacing opportunities.

The Sweetheart Accessory set was used to highlight the sayings from the printable but if you don’t have those retired templates, consider the Cherish Accessory set (this set is absolutely perfect for weddings) or even Springtime! You can even add a place for a photo after the wedding so you can remember the wonderful occasion!

If you want the corners to pop consider using Tiny Highlights or a stamp punch! The Brackets Designer Template layered with the Scallops Border adds an elegant curve to the page that helps point to the thoughts of any guests attending!

Wedding Printable

Enjoy this free wedding printable in three colors with sentiments that will go perfectly with any wedding layout, card, and especially a guest book!

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