Wedding Guest Book

People have come up with a lot of very creative ways to do guest books in recent years. My favorite ones are those that can be buried at the bottom of a box used somewhere in your home after you are married. We Mom Schultz cut out hundreds of paper hearts and my bridal attendant, Lauren, was nice enough to buy us this beautiful jar. To sign our “guest book,” we invited guests to write advice, well wishes, memories, really anything they wanted, onto a paper heart. We now keep them in our living room.

Each day we read a new one. That heart then gets hung on the fridge and we pray for that person and whatever may be going on in their life throughout the day.

We appreciated every person who came to our wedding and are enjoying taking the time to remember each one of them.

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