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By:    On: 2011-09-24

Submitted by Cheryl Humenski

If you're looking for a creative alternative to traditional guestbooks, try this idea from Cheryl Humenski: Take blank scrapbook pages, personalize them with pictures of your Eagle Scout, and lay them out on a couple of tables. Invite guests to sign their names and add messages to these pages, which you can later assemble into a scrapbook.
This approach allows guests to write more than just their names. It also prevents a backlog of well-wishers waiting to sign a single guestbook, since several people can write messages at the same time.
By the way, Cheryl picked up this idea at a wedding-always a great place to get ideas for courts of honor and receptions.
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