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Elegantly Bound Sheet Music Guest Book

15 May

Check out these pretty custom made bounded vintage sheet music guest books from elegantboundbykelly.blogspot.com! One can have one with a sheet music cover,

Sheet music guest book with a Coptic Stitch Binding from Elegantly Bound Books.com

Sheet music guest book with a Coptic Stitch Binding from Elegantly Boun Books.com

or try a yellowish score paper with lace ribbon option.

Sheet Music Guest Book from Elegantly Bound Books.com

Sheet Music Guest Book from Elegantly BoundBooks.com

One can also opt of fabric cover types:

Fabric cover sheet music books from Elegantly BoundBooks.com

Fabric cover sheet music books from Elegantly BoundBooks.com

Actually, apart from their guest books, I also like their sheet music customised gift boxes. These could serve as inspirations for the ang pao boxes used in Chinese weddings. 🙂

Gift boxes from Elegantly boundbooks.com

Gift boxes from Elegantly boundbooks.com

To make a purchase of any of these book/box types, visit http://www.shop.elegantlyboundbooks.com/main.sc.

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Sheet Music Guest Books

3 May

While searching for unique guest book ideas, I f0und two weddings that use the manuscript music book as their guest books.

(1) Chris’ and Tim’s Wedding from Martha Stewart’s Wedding.

Music manuscript guest book. Featured in Chris' and Tim's wedding from Martha Stewart's Wedding.

Sheet music guest book. Featured in "Martha Stewart's Wedding"

(2) Anna’s and Jesse’s Wedding from thebump.com

Staff paper notebook as Anna's and Jesse's guest book.

Staff paper notebook as Anna's and Jesse's guest book.

It’s a simple yet  interesting idea, but I wonder  how would folks who are unfamiliar with music leger lines  react to this ? Hm…

Vinyl Record Guest Book

28 Dec
Vinyl Guest Book

Vinyl Guest Book

Idea from calgaryweddingassistant.wordpress.com: “You don’t have to ask your guests to sign a book. Use a vinyl record instead – (like maybe with your first dance song). Put it on a table at the reception, throw silver or gold pens out, and encourage your guests to give you their autographs“. Interesting. However, how am I going to display them after the wedding?

(Google search term: vinyl record with flowers table setting)