Winter Wedding Ideas: Seasonal-Inspired Wedding Guest Books




If you are one of those brave souls who is not intimidated by the cold and snow and are having a winter wedding, you already know that winter can be an absolutely beautiful time of the year for a wedding. 




In addition to the possibilities of picturesque, snowy backdrops and breathtaking scenic views there is the sure guarantee of lower, off-season rates for wedding venues and other wedding vendors. A winter wedding also offers you lots of options for winter wedding decorations and activities.  Today we present winter wedding ideas in the form of seasonal-inspired wedding guest books.

Years after your wedding, you and your family and friends will be able to re-live that wonderful day with your wedding guest book. There are a number of ways to produce your wedding guest book, keeping in mind that the wedding guest book doesn’t have to actually be a “book”.

Of course you can go the traditional route with a standard wedding guestbook. Or if you are looking for a way to distinguish your wedding with a bit of creativity then there are many creative ways and unique wedding guest book alternatives to capture the memory of all the wedding guests who help you celebrate your extraordinary wedding day. If you are the DIY type you may want to try making your own wedding guest book like our very popular DIY Shadow Box Wedding Guest Book

Other unique wedding guest book ideas include have your wedding guests color in a cartoon character wedding guest bookas well as wedding guestbook alternatives for creative couples

Check out these winter wedding seasonal-inspired wedding guest books, from Brides:

If you’re having a winter wedding, skip the boring, basic guest book — these creative, seasonal-inspired ideas will have your guests clamoring to sign in.




Vintage Skis (above): This couple — both avid skiers — asked guests to sign their names on a pair of vintage wooden skis that they later hung in their home after the wedding.

guest book ideas for a winter wedding - a snowboard

Photo: Caroline Frost

Snowboard: Or, if snowboarding is your winter sport, display a snowboard at the entrance for guests to sign instead of a traditional guest book.




Cut Logs: For a more rustic touch, display several cut log slabs for guest to sign their names and well wishes.

Quilt (Pre-Made): At this wedding, guests wrote advice and sweet messages on a large quilt sewn by one of the bridesmaids for the bride and groom to use during their first winter together as a married couple.

Quilt (Swatches): Another idea is to have guests sign pre-cut fabric swatches, which can be sewn into a quilt after the wedding.

Poster: Invite guests to sign a large poster depicting a frosty winter scene; then, you can frame and hang in your living room after the wedding.