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Handmade Mondays: Guestbooks

You can’t go wrong with a hint of tradition on your big day. Check out this cool collection of beautiful journal-based guestbooks.

Want the DIY look without the fuss of having to do it yourself? On Mondays we will feature a collection of handmade wedding details and inspiration from local vendors or Etsy.

This Kraft journal has pretty black calligraphy that can be customized with name and wedding dates. $39.50 from inoroutmedia

Completely customizable, this Laser Cut guestbook is made from wood and provides a cute way to tell people your story. $44 from TotallySalinda

For a Victorian touch, try a Leatherbound book topped with pretty ribbon and vintage skeleton keys. $80 from trusted

This White Paisley guestbook offers a more traditional and refined approach for the conservative bride. $45 from EmersonBindery

If shabby chic is more your style, then try this Lace & Pearl guestbook and pen set with luxurious fabric and flower embellished details. $140 from SolBijou

This Rustic Wooden journal is made from 100-year-old salvaged pine with natural distressed markings and a dark walnut stain. $139 from OurWeddingInvites

For that perfect touch of "something blue", try this Embroidered Album with hand-dyed linen and sewn flowers. $195 from Indrasideas

Capture your guests' signatures and well wishes with this modern Black & White Striped guestbook and pen set. $49 from SpoiledRottenBride

Taking the plunge? This navy blue and white striped book is the perfect addition to your nautical wedding or shower. $28.50 from LoRustique

For more guestbook inspiration, check out our Guests board on Pinterest!

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