Picture this: a little table at your wedding that holds a Polaroid camera and your guest book. Your best friends and family members snag the camera, take awesome photos, and immediately mount them into the book and write messages to mark the day.
This particular book was made just for that purpose. I've found that more and more brides are opting for something a besides a traditional book with lined pages in which guests merely sign their names. Rather, a book with more space for guests to leave messages and plenty of room for photos leads to a more meaningful keepsake, and one that's more likely to be treasured and enjoyed long after the festivities are over.
Another exciting thing to note about this book is that it was just featured in Nashville Lifestyles Weddings magazine
among their round-up of "lovely local details." The most recent issue is on newsstands now, so if you're in the Nashville area pick up a copy and check out all of the local talent in our city.
Aside from binding books and scoring magazine features (this is my second one of the year; check out the first one here
), I've been busy applying to art shows, planning new classes, and filling my Etsy shop to the brim.
Be sure to take a peek at my latest e-newsletter
to find out about all the exciting events I have coming up this fall. (You can sign up
for my mailing list to ensure that you'll never miss out on my beautiful, informative e-mails packed with gorgeous photos.) My busy season is starting off with the Handmade & Bound
book arts festival this weekend. I hope to see you there!