Posted in: So "NOT" Ordinary

September 26, 2009

A New Twist on “Sign In” Books

Hello all… So I am all for something different and unique.  I am so not a fan of the typical “Sign-In” book at a reception venue.  What do you really use it for?  Do people really sign them?  Below are some atypical options:

  1. Adess Photo Albums:  Beau-Coup offers this affordable and fun alternative to the basic sign in book.    This instant photo album allows your guest to take a photo with a Polaroid camera.  They are then able to slide their pictures right into one of the pages and sign a sweet note of advice or love.  This is a beautiful display to lay on your coffee table as a conversation piece.Adesso photo album
  2. Photo Booth:   Posh Photo Booth in the MD, DC, VA area offers rental on various photo booth designs.  Your guests will have a fantastic time making funny faces and letting their hair down as they leave fun memories and momentos to be displayed in a photo journal type book after wedding day.

Photobooth

3. Sign In Picture Frame:  Marilyn’s Keepsakes offers a more contemporary version to the sign in picture frame.  To serve as more of an art piece, the mat is a silver piece of metal instead of paper or card stock matting. The look is very contemporary and elegant.

sign in frame

Whatever you choose, make it fun and make it unique to you!

Until next time…

Shawn-Signature

  1. Casandra says:

    Your blog is fabulous! Thank you for all of the great tips and inspiration

  2. April says:

    Okay I love the idea of the sign in book with the pictures from the guests. I think that the photo booth would also be a nice touch. The one that I saw at a wedding show could hold up to 10 people and the bride and groom get a copy of every picture taken. The photos are high quality and look great.

    The blog looks incredible!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


@trebellaevents

follow along on instagram