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Get your loved ones penning their messages down on pebbles then leaving them in a clear vase like this - not only is it ultra-chic, it's totally budget-friendly and it'll make for a stylish decor accent for your home, too. Image: @royalmemorial/Instagram Instead of writing their wishes, get your guests to type them out instead! This antique piece will fit in any retro-themed celebration and lend a nostalgic vibe. Image: annalisafieni_wp/Instagram Yup, we just found another use for glass jars. Get a clear Fido or mason jar, personalise it with stickers, calligraphy or ribbons, and you've got your own memory jar. Image: @blacknwed/Instagram See also: 8 simple and pretty wedding backdrops you can make yourself! Either leave polaroid cameras at a booth or hire an instant print company to do the job. Guests can leave their messages on the back of the photos. Image: @thelittlediyboutique/Instagram See also: Personalise your wedding with these 9 fun things to do! Bring the outdoors in with a gorgeous cherry blossom tree! Then get extra mileage from it and have it double as your guestbook. Image: @insidetheknot/Instagram The latest trend for weddings: Lush leafy decor. Image: @eastonevents/Instagram See also: 8 SIMPLE AND PRETTY WEDDING BACKDROPS YOU CAN MAKE YOURSELF! A wooden board decorated with freewheeling arrangements is all you really need to create this rustic escort card/guestbook wall. Image: @cdweddingsperth/Instagram Here, sweet heart-shaped escort cards and tiny key are pinned to a moss-covered background for a pretty garden-esque feel. Have the cards penned with messages from your loved ones instead. Image: @acharmingfete/Instagram Whether as seating plans or for guests to scribble their well wishes, these giant frames decorated with cherry blossoms and lush white blooms impart elegance to your wedding venue. Image: @internationaleventco/Instagram See also: Lush & pretty wedding decor! 9 creative ways to use wreaths