beautiful custom guest book template to easily suit any couple

Today's fabulous share comes from Amy of Amy Benjamin Photography.  She writes, "I used the Interactive Guest Book (and the Blog and Print Inspiration Boards: The Simple Life for this post). I turned this template upside down and inside out to create an album to suit my younger, less conservative clients. I manipulated the original template by omitting some features like frames and decorative swirls. I extended out the text boxes in some places, changed text layouts and adapted some of the questions to suit the client. I also used my own backgrounds and changed colors. I'm from Sydney, Australia and as far as I'm aware, there aren't services like Design Aglow locally. I've taken so much inspiration from the network of photographers and service providers I've discovered through Design Aglow. These templates are affordable, time saving and the best quality. My favourite feature of all of my Design Aglow templates are the Photoshop actions provided. The actions are the unsung heroes of the templates!! The Photoshop files are well organized, which makes adapting so easy. A huge congratulations to the Design Aglow Team for an amazing service!" Thanks for the great share, Amy! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way~


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