6 New Wedding Guest Sign-In Books

6 New Wedding Guest Sign-In Books

 

Guest books are for remembering all the wonderful friends and family that come together in celebration of life’s biggest moments. These fun and inspired templates take an interactive new spin on the old tradition, showcasing your stunning images for all to see. Your clients will swoon over these on-trend, fresh designs; and you will fall head over heels in love with this keepsake heirloom that lets your heartfelt photography shine.

Each album includes:
• Attractive 10x10 design with flawless layouts
• Simple to edit and fully customizable
• 28 inspired questions for wedding or shower guests (also editable for any event)
• Four unique color palettes
• Easy upsell for wedding packages, showers, and other events

Instead of trite and traditional signatures in a column, 28 dynamic questions dance across the page headers, and flirty frames hold guests’ thoughtful hand written answers. When the caterers leave and the music winds down, your clients will have the perfect keepsake, full of advice, humor, and memories from their closest companions.

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