Post # 1
Some shots of my DIY wedding guestbook. These e-photos were taken by our photographer Albert Yau of SecondPrint Productions who did a great job. I arranged them myself in a layout, leaving a lot of blank areas so our friends and family could write messages – more yearbook style than just signing names. If I could change one thing, I’d find a finer point metallic pen, or use a lighter background so I could use a fine black Sharpie, at the time I didn’t know I wouldn’t be able to find a good fine point permanent metallic pen that wouldn’t smudge.
We got to share our e-photos with our guests and it encouraged our guests to write cute and fun messages to add to our memories of our day. I like going back to read the messages.
Post # 3
great idea i wouldve never thought of that…were those ur engagement pics?
Post # 4
I LOVE this!!! How did you have the pictures? Were they fastened together so people would flip through? Were they kind of scattered on a table? I may have to “steal” your idea – this is way cute!!!
Post # 5
I love the silver pen for the writing! Did you do just one pic on each page?
Post # 6
Our Photographer is actually going to make our guest book out of the images we will have from our E-shoot. He will designe the pages and the layout for us! I am so excited to see what he comes up with. Thanks for informing us about the pens. Hopefully we can find something that will work and not be so thick in consistency! 🙂
Very nice work!
Post # 7
This is what I’ve imagined we would do for our guestbook…and it’s wonderful to see how someone actually executed it! Did you put the book together yourself (as in, did you use Shutterfly, etc. to create the book) or did your photographer do it for you?