Fingerprint Tree

The fingerprint tree is a funky new trend for ceremonies and can act  as a great alternative to the traditional guest book. You may choose to purchase your fingerprint tree online, or if you have a creative flare, making a tree from scratch may be your preference. The tree is made up entirely of fingerprints, acting as leaves, to create a unified message from your guests. Depending on personal preference you may decide that the tree will look best with the guests names beside each fingerprint.  After the ceremony, you may choose to frame the tree as a beautiful momento of your special day. Your fingerprint tree could be compiled of many colours or you may decide to be more selective, dependent of the theme of the wedding and personal taste.
Keeping in theme with the fingerprint tree, decorating your ceremony or reception with similar subject matter is a great way to create a
cohesive look. Alternatively, including fingerprints on the wedding or engagement invitations is another beautiful way of creating a unified
theme.

The fingerprint tree is also a fantastic option for a baby-naming day – a keepsake to hang in your child’s room.

A tree may also provide a sense of comfort to a family after a funeral – a reminder of the guests that loved and cared for the deceased.

Have you taken part in the creation of a fingerprint tree, if so what did you think of the idea?

Thanks to Kirralee again for the use of her great fingerprint tree images. Check out her blog here.

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