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One of my favorite DIY’s for our wedding is this beautiful guestbook, it has that elegant and rustic feel. Big thanks to my mom for helping me making it! Wedding can get expensive fast and DIY’s can help you save. Making your own guestbook is one of the DIY’s to save. I don’t remember the exact cost of this book but I know it was way cheaper than buying one already made and you can customize it to be a one of a kind!
You can also carve your names with your wedding date into the cover with a wood burner. It just makes it that much more special!
If you would like to make one of these guestbooks for your special day, see the list of supplies and tutorial below.
2 Wood Plaques for the Cover (I got these from Michaels)
Wooden Cutouts of Choice (Love birds and together cutouts are from MIchaels)
Paints of Choice
Sewing Needle and Thread
Wood Burner (optional)
To start making your wedding guestbook paint the wood plaques and wood cutouts. While waiting for the paint to dry you can start working on binding your paper – you can use this tutorial from Three Moon Blog. After your paint is dried and your pages are binded together, use your wood burner to carve your names and date to the inside of your front cover. Glue the wood cutouts to your front cover and glue the last page to the back cover. Tie the book together with ribbon and your guestbook is ready!
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