By Jamie Rivera Published 09/05/2017 16:59:00 | Views: 75
A Personalized Wine Guest Book
 

If you are looking for a cool way to create an everlasting guest book, then put out some wine bottles, labels and let your guests write down their well wishes! Begin a wine cellar by collecting bottles -- each marked with sentiments that will warm your heart when remembered.



The materials:

  • Bottles of wine you will enjoy drinking for years to come
  • A label template
  • A pen
  • Double sided tape and 8 x 10 full sheet paper

The process:

1) In the months leading up to your wedding, collect many different types of wine (for non-drinkers, you could easily adjust this idea to include fancy bottles of soda or exotic juices). To comfortably fit a sincere greeting, I suggest one bottle of wine for every four guests to write on.

2) Print out the template for the wine labels onto 8x10 full sheet paper, one per bottle. Feel free to add text on these design labels if you know how to use photo shop or another editing program, or leave blank as shown in photos.

3) To remove current wine label, simply soak in lukewarm water overnight and scrub with a kitchen sponge.

4) Dry thoroughly and add the new labels to the bottles using double sided tape to temporarily attach them.

5) Set out with pens and allow your guests to create a unique and memorable guest book.

6) Using double sided tape to attach the labels ensures that they will be easy to remove at a later date. When you have opened the bottle, save the label for future remembrance.

P.S. As an added touch, carefully remove each label before drinking the bottle and save alongside the cork. Compile them to create a grand personalized art piece filled with well wishes and toasts for your marriage!

Designing & styling: Victoria Hudgins

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By Jamie Rivera 09/05/2017 16:59:00
 
 

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