I loved the idea of people signing jenga pieces (some very tense nights have been had over jenga in our house!), and thought it would have been really fun to play in years to come, and look over the messages. It was up there for a long time.
Similar to hanging tags on branches, but with a modern twist.
Mad-libs would have been funny to look back on, but as our wedding was a cocktail ceremony, people weren't going to be sitting at a table for long periods of time to fill them out.
There are just so many options out there, for whatever your interests or wedding theme or personal preference.
Eventually, I went with a 3D Hearts frame. Simple, easy to DIY, and something we can have on display.
I reused the punch from our tea bag favours to punch the hearts, mostly in white, but a few in blue.
I then used my rotary paper trimmer (usually used for cutting up my school laminated resources) to score the hearts down the centre, from point to point.
Using Kikki-K adhesive dots on one half of each heart I stuck them down, alternating which side of the heart was stuck down.
The hardest part was working out the spacing, and keeping it consistent. I think I made it as hard as possible, but I printed off two pieces of graph paper, and taped on across the top, and slid the other across as I got to each row.
I found a shadow box frame at Typo (that place always seems to have whatever random thing I am looking for lately!) in a whitewashed finish, to place it in. We haven't hung it yet-we need a bit of an artwork plan...
I'm so happy with how it turned out!