25 Items to Archive in Your Wedding Guest Book

25 Items to Archive in Your Wedding Guest Book…go! While many wedding day items are temporary (((waves good-bye to the cake, flowers and great food))), there are certain relics you’ll want to keep so you can reminisce over them for years to come. Whether you start a scrapbook or simply place them in a shoebox {the Calligraphed Epistle certainly recommends a wedding guest book/scrapbook}, there are 25+ items a couple should consider taking with them after the big day.

The list is not all inclusive; rather a jumping off point:

Invitation | Save the Date | Blank RSVP | Returned RSVP | Place Cards | Escort Cards | Wedding Monogram | Calligraphy Envelope | Wedding Announcement | Pressed Flowers | Napkin | Tags | Program/Order of Service | Rehearsal Dinner Memorabilia | Personal Notes + Letters | Pictures | Wedding Signage | Other Calligraphy Samples | Readings | Decor Samples & Linen Swatches | Cards | Menu | Table Signs | Seating Chart | Vows | Marriage Certificate | Favor | Bridal Shower Memorabilia | Registry | Guest List | Receipts| Travel Information

Every couple will have their own ‘customized list’ of unique items that want to be saved from their wedding. The point is; however, you don’t have to keep it all! Pick and choose what the most meaningful pieces are and place those in your book–the rest can be let go!

I’m reminded of this quote:

“I have memories – but only a fool stores his past in the future.” – David Gerrold

25 Items to Archive in Your Wedding Guest Book

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Quote of the Day… The Archive of our Memory

Calligraphed Epistle Archive Famous Quotes (6)

“Even if we have bad feelings about our past and it causes a sense of alienation, it belongs to our history. Its benchmarks are stored in the granary of our mind and crucial evaluations for the future cannot be made without consulting the archive of our memory.” ( “Not without the past”)
― Erik Pevernagie

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