Thank you card for guests wedding party and gift-givers everywhere – design by Dave and Ryoko
paintings and postcard design by daveo for guest giftbag. printed by moo.com (highly recommended).
- Make a name badge 名前入りバッジを作る
- Take an insta-photo インスタ写真を撮る
- Sign guest book ゲストブックに署名する
- Play with a goat ヤギと遊ぶ
- Visit pony and pigs ポニーと豚を訪問
- Try various drinks 様々な飲み物を試してください
⃞ 1 ⃞ 2 ⃞ 3 ⃞ 4 ⃞ 5 ⃞ 6 ⃞ 7 ⃞ 8 ⃞ 9
- Have a dance ダンスをする
- Eat food 食べ物を食べる
- Eat more food もっと食べ物を食べる
- Eat cake ケーキを食べる
- Meet a new friend 新しい友達に会う
- Give someone a hug 誰かに抱擁をする
- Say congratulations to D+R 新郎新婦におめでとうを言う
- Receive gift bag (write your name) ギフトバッグを受け取る (あなたの名前を書く)
- Thanks to Mr Kobayashi 小林さん、ありがとう
- Thank the band バンドありがとう
- Post a photo to SNS with #DRO420 SNSに写真を投稿する #DRO420
Of course, we’ll need a guest book and a photo album for the artifacts and sentiments from lovely attendee. In our case, we’ll combine the two (written and photo messages) into one mighty tome with the help of self-service insta-camera (we have 200+ films on the ready!) with snaps added to the book on the spot, then personalized with their written messages.
The book itself is a classic Japanese lacquered artifact, heavy and handbuilt – btw these types of scrapbook are my favourite to make (loads of them usually using recycled board game and calendar paper) – purchased from urban history explorer Jason Vanderhill with assist from Laura Bzowy and hauled over by my kinfolk.
Look forward to settling in on the following Monday to see the photo treats and scribbled missives duly noted by lovely attendees.
Indeed, I love connecting communities and so very happy 25 people (!) foreign dignitaries are coming to celebrate the wedding festivities in Okayama, Japan. Especially pleased that various times and places of my life are well represented: bearded renegades from Canada, lifesavers from Indonesia, a catch a beauties from Utah, padawans from the Hoot days from scattered places, hot dog couples and various drifting explorers. Oh, and the legendary mountain man from Nagano via Minnesota and the south Indian Ocean.