The ‘Thank You’ notes have been delivered and your honeymoon tan has officially faded: The wedding fun is officially said and done, and it’s not unusual to feel a little blue about it. The best way to get back in good spirits? Looking over the guest book is a great place to start reminiscing. Along with cooler hues, woodsy decor, and DIY food stations, unique guest books are expected to grace 2018’s hottest wedding trends
(well, according to Pinterest’s latest trend report
While simple signature albums certainly get the job done on the big day, guests feel more motivated to jot down thoughtful notes (that go beyond “Congrats!”) when given a more creative surface to work with—whether it be a vintage surfboard or custom playing cards. Considering wedding planning season is in full swing, we’re sharing our favorite alternative guest books that you'll cherish forever. A Personal Photo Album
Meet the guest book you’ll actually want to display on your coffee table. Handwritten notes from loved ones will add a personal touch to the pages of a custom photo album, like this one from Artifact Uprising
that comes in 10 chic fabric colors. All you and your spouse-to-be have to do is fill its pages with your favorite images and let guests take care of the rest.