Put a fun, modern spin on an old tradition with Interactive Guest Book Keepsakes

Leave your mark with our popular Modern Minimalist™ styled Interactive Guest Book! Guest books help the happy couple remember all the wonderful friends and family who gathered in celebration of life’s biggest moments. This fun and inspired template takes the reception cake with an interactive new spin on the old tradition. Our light, streamlined layout allows your photography to shine, while 28 interesting and fun questions lead the way for guests’ thoughtful hand-written answers. Long after the caterers leave and music winds down, your clients will have the perfect keepsake full of advice, humor, and memories from their closest companions.

Secure your place with your clients as their go-to photographer to document not only their most important day, but also for their family and friends. And here you thought it was just a book!

Need a traditional design to add to your offerings as well? The Classic Edition of our Interactive Guest Book is just what you've been looking for! Let guests help create a lasting keepsake memory book with funny and inventive quips to the set’s interesting inquiries.



Click here to save 20% on both with intro pricing this week only in celebration of Wedding Week!

*Special thanks to the following photographers for the use of their lovely images in our samples: Shaw Photo (Modern Minimalist Edition) and Katch Studios (Classic Edition).




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