You don't have to go with the same 'ole, same 'ole anymore when it comes to your wedding guest book. Instead, celebrate the season and opt for a creative sign-in idea inspired by the winter weather. From cozy guest-book quilts to a pair of antique skis, these wintry guest-book alternatives are anything but unexpected.
Skis (above): If you and your groom love to hit the slopes every winter, have your guests sign a pair of antique skis displayed at the entrance to your ceremony.
Photo: [Keira Lemonis Photography](http://www.keiralemonisphotography.com/)
Custom Snowboard: Or, if you guys prefer snowboarding over skiing, why not commission a custom board personalized with your names and wedding date?
Photo: [Chelsea Nicole](http://www.chelseanicole.com/)
Slab of Wood: Inviting guests to sign a slice of wood instead of a traditional guest book is a lovely way to embrace the winter season. (Gotta also love a good pun!)
Photo: [Bob & Dawn Davis](http://bobanddawndavis.com/)
Paper Snowflakes: At this couple's Chicago wedding, guests were asked to write notes and well wishes for the newlyweds on paper snowflakes.
Photo: [Hip Hip Hooray](http://www.hiphiphooray.com/blog/wedding-inspiration/creative-guest-book-alternatives/)
Quilt: For a cozy alternative to a guest book, pin small squares of fabric to a corkboard and encourage guests to sign them throughout the evening. After the wedding day, have a local seamstress or quilter to fashion the squares into a sentimental quilt.
Photo: [Nesting Project](https://www.etsy.com/shop/nestingprojectwed?ref=l2-shopheader-name)
Ski Resort Poster: If you're hosting your nuptials at your favorites ski resort, commemorate the occasion with a guest-book poster of the location; add a matte and frame and invite guests to sign along the border.