Nautical Coastal Guest Book Message in a Bottle Ivory Parchment Baby Blue/ Beach Wedding Guestbook Alternative/ Burnt Old Style Rustic Paper
Send a Message in a Bottle to the Bride & Groom! Nautical Inspired Guest Alternative Sign In. This fabulous design features a large jug style bottle that has real barnacle accents on the outside is wrapped with nautical rope tied into a unity knot and is topped off with a white finger starfish. We hand burn each piece of aged parchment paper to add to the treasure style. You can select your choice of colored ribbon ties for your guest to scroll the parchment and insert into the bottle. We also include a small assortment of hand tumbled seaglass and seashells to spread around the message station itself.
**Our Message in a Bottle Guest Book comes with the burnt edged parchment paper in 3x5 or 5x7" sizes. You may select ANY color sign on the bottle itself. Please leave a note of your preference, or it will automatically come with the blue color shown.
Parchment is available in Ivory, Gold, Bronze, Pale Blue & Moss Green.
We sell these in increments of 50, but can accommodate a custom number of guests, if necessary, by simply contacting us.
*Don't forget to add one of our custom made starfish pen sets too- your choice of white or natural knobby (armoured) starfish.
Please note: LovingCoastalLiving is a small, home based business with a big collection & passion for coastal living! We love what we do & enjoy sharing our handcrafted creations & decor, as well as our extensive shell & sea life collection, vintage estate treasures, & more 'good stuff' with others. Our regularly stocked items generally take 3-5 days to process & our handcrafted items can take up to 1-2 weeks to be completed. A little piece of our soul goes into every order packaged, and we hope you find joy & beauty in every item you purchase. Thank you for shopping with us & allowing us to share our passion with you!
The 'good stuff' reference is dedicated to our owner's, Lynnette Stirling's, late grandfather, Papa Tractor. 'Good Stuff' was his name pick for her first shop. He always said no matter what she did, as long as it had 'good stuff' she'd never have to change the name of the business.