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[the value of] Guest Sign-in Books ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
April 5, 2012

[the value of] Guest Sign-in Books

Business

If there’s one thing that couples fall in love with during a consultation that they never considered before, it’s the guest sign-in book. With good reason too.

I’ve seen my share of lame-o guestbooks. You know what I’m talking about: that weak keepsake with “Our Wedding” in gold cursive on the front and nothing but rows of lines inside. It’s an attendance book and you’re not likely to ever flip through it again after the wedding.

Consider an alternative: a guest sign-in book that makes your guests ooh and ahh and something that you’d be tickled pink to have on your coffee table after the wedding. What a concept! Lindsay Docherty Photography couples get an engagement session with their wedding photography coverage so this is a great way to display all of those fantastic engagement pictures and have something with lots of rooms for guests to write down words of wisdom, good wishes, and heartfelt congratulations.

They’re custom designed around the pictures from your session with room for your guests to get wordy. The cover won’t say “Our Wedding” (unless you want it to). Instead, it’s your favorite picture of you and your hunny.

Since I’m a photographer, I have a few pictures of these fine specimens.

Wedding Photography guestbook
Wedding Photography guestbook
Wedding Photography guestbook

And a few of these books in action:

Wedding Photography guestbook
Wedding Photography guestbook
Wedding Photography guestbook

People seriously crowd around the guestbook table to check out the pictures and write notes. And you’ll get a kick out of looking through it afterwards. Awesome, no?

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