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design aglow fan share: interactive guest book

guestbook Chris Cornwell shares this Interactive Guest Book that she uses for her engagement clients. She writes, "This particular couple is set to marry June 5, 2010 and they're definitely IN LOVE. I thought a book like this will go well together with their very elegant English garden theme wedding and reception at the local park. Her colors are cream, green and brown. She comes from a family of interior decorators, florists, and event planners, so I'm sure the wedding will simply be divine!! I can't wait to design a SENIOR Autograph book!! Wish me luck!" I'm a minimalist to a point and love clean designs for a timeless look. The templates are easy to customize and I can add/ take away elements to suit my style. I believe my clients will LOVE this guest book and this will definitely ADD to the theme of the event. No more plain sign-in books! The album: 12”x 12” Layflat book with glossy finish (durability) Miller's Lab 15 pages, 30 sides Custom canvas cover


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