Remember the guests who attended your wedding, by having them sign this lovely poster. The blank hearts are for your guests to sign, initial or leave a thumbprint, and a heart down the bottom for you and your new spouse to make your mark as well. This wedding guest book will double as a piece of art for your home.
(For colour changes – the hearts should remain white, so your guests don’t have trouble writing their names on the poster.)
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Remember the guests who attended your wedding, by having them sign this lovely poster. The blank hearts are for your guests to sign or initial, and a heart down the bottom for you and your new spouse to make your mark as well. This wedding guest book will double as a piece of art for your home.
Each heart is approx 42mm wide and 38mm high, allowing enough space for a couple to write both their first names, or for a single guest to sign their full name. On each poster there is a different number of hearts: for a small size (A3) poster, there are 42 hearts, for a medium size poster (A2) there are 80 hearts, and the large size (A1) poster has 140 hearts.
A typical ballpoint pen will work on the paper format, or you can use a thin tipped permanent marker for both the light canvas and paper formats.
How long will my guestbook poster take?
For physical prints, please order two weeks prior to when you need to receive your guest poster i.e. If you need your poster to be with you 2 days before your wedding, then you need to order 2 weeks and 2 days before your wedding. If you need your poster a week before your wedding, as you’re travelling, then you’d need to order 3 weeks before the wedding (or, be prepared to pay an urgency surcharge to get it to you in time).
Weddings close to holiday weekends, Easter and January weddings need to allow extra time as printing and deliveries will be held up by public holidays (printer closes late Dec to early Jan).
Printed Format Options – on Canvas or on Paper
Purchase a printed version, either printed onto a fine/light canvas stretched onto a pine frame, or printed onto high quality paper and delivered rolled into a cardboard tube, ready for you to frame.