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Tay and Clare :) 7/4/13- He met her on a blind date 7/5/13- She went to church with his family 7/6/13- He kissed her 7/18/13- They started dating 7/19/13- 10/31/13- LOTS and LOTS OF FUN 11/7/13- They reunite in NYC 11/8/13....- They live happily ever after. The future is to come

Chalkboards are extremely trendy right now! To give your guests something sweet to read, display a relationship timeline chalkboard. If you want to make your own chalkboard, you can purchase chalkboard paint at a majority of craft stores.

This is a really neat idea. Each table has a number so have everyone from that table leave you a note for your anniversary that year.  Maybe not whole books though, as it says on the thing. Perhaps a small notepad that can be easily stored, along with the others, in an old purse, and quickly decorated with stuff to make them identifiable.

Assign each table a different anniversary year (i. table 1 would be anniversary year etc.) and let the guests at that table write notes to be opened on that particular anniversary year (a unique alternative to a wedding guest book).