Kuwaalika watu wahudhurie harusi yenu ni burudani sana na ukamilifu wa furaha yenu katika maisha hayo ya ndoa. Lakini kubaki na kumbukumbu ya ujumbe na contacts zao ni burudani zaidi asee. Ushawahi kwenda kwa harusi na kukutana na kitabu cha wageni (A Guest Book?). you see a beautiful lady or mkaka mzuri goes around anakupa kitabu, unasaini na kuacha ujumbe mahsuuusi kwa ajili ya maharusi?
Sometimetimes wawezajikuta u get total stage fright when it comes to signing the guest book
at a wedding. Waweza kuishia kucopy tu whatever the
previous guest has written. You know … something along the lines kama
“Congratulations!”, “We’re so happy for you!”, “Best wishes for a
lifetime of happiness!”,"mmetokelezeiya!", "Fabulous!", "Tunawapenda, Pendaneni" etc. Wouldn’t it be nice to offer your guests a
more creative, fun way to leave their well wishes? I think so, too!
Sasa kuna different styles za kuandaa Guest Book. Depending on the
available materials, time and taste zenu wahusika. Hapa kuna chache tu,
nimezipata kwa msaada wa mtandao.
Wish Paper Basket -
This is a really cool idea! Simply stage a vintage typewriter, (kama yapatikana),a
pre-typed piece of paper with instructions (so your guests know what to
do), and a waste paper basket. Place a stack of paper next to the
typewriter for your guests to write their well wishes, marital advice,
recipes,mautani etc. on. Your guests will then crumple them up and toss them
into the basket. Tip: Have a few crumpled up sheets in there already,
to show guests that you really do want them to crumple their pages up
and throw them in!
Rolodex Guest Book – This is a different take on a rolodex project I found on the Brooklyn Bride Blog.
Instead of using a rolodex for seating cards, the rolodex could be used
for guests to write a message to the bride and groom, along with their
current address. Guests would then file their card away under the
Fingerprints Tree – This
is definitely one of my favorite guest book ideas! Kama kupiga kura ee! All you have to do
is draw a tree with lots of empty branches on a poster, then put up a
sign asking guests to “leaf” a fingerprint, along with their name.
Memorabilia/Photo Guest Book -
Why not turn all of your engagement photos into a book to be signed by
your wedding guests? You could also include other relationship
memorabilia, such as movie and concert ticket stubs, etc.
Chalkboard Guest Book - Here’s an awesome idea from welovelaughkiss.com. Simply
hang a patterned cloth or other backdrop to serve as a makeshift
photobooth. Provide your guests with chalkboards and chalk and leave a
sign instructing them to write a message and take a picture with it.
I love hii manenooo!!You’ll have great photos of your guests, along with sweet messages, to
cherish for a lifetime!
Wishing Tree – Simply
place some branches from a cherry blossom, manzanita, or magnolia tree
in a pot. Attach ribbons to cards and ask guests to write their well
wishes or advice and hang the cards on the branches.
Dirty Laundry – Hahahahaaa!! Kama kituko vilee...This idea, from loveandlavendar.com,
is one of the cutest ever! Simply write instructions on a detergent
bottle asking guests to “air out their dirty laundry” by writing funny
stories about the two of you on little cards shaped like pieces of
clothing. Provide guests with clothespins to clip their cards onto a
clothesline. Love it!
Mailbox Guest Book – I totally heart this idea found on marthastewartweddings.com.
Rather than signing a traditional guest book, guests at this wedding
were given postcards, with the bride and groom’s address printed on the
back, to fill with good wishes during the reception and drop in a
copper mailbox displayed in the lobby. The cards were then mailed the
next day by a friend so that the newlyweds would return from their
honeymoon to a mailbox overflowing with love! Hapa wasaau kitu cha twiraaa na fb! wakumbukia enzi za Mwaaalim. Fabulous!
Calendar Guest Book – Here’s another great idea from Martha Stewart!
Want to ensure you have the birthdays of all of your friends and
family? Place a calendar at the reception and ask guests to print their
names on the appropriate date on the calendar. Wow!! Sema tenaaaa!
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