Guest Book Paper Choices

January 24, 2017

We get a lot of questions about our guest book paper choices, so here are the answers for our commonly asked questions

What choices of paper are available?

(1) Blank white pages (Thickness: 100 gsm, 70 lb)
(2) White lined 1-side pages (Thickness: 100 gsm, 70 lb)
(3) Black pages (Thickness: 90 gsm, 60 lb)

Wedding guest book paper choices. Available as white pages, lined pages and black pages.

Which paper should I choose for my guest book?

Lined 1-side pages are commonly used for traditional guest books. Guests can write their well wishes on the lined pages, and leave the unlined pages blank.

Black pages are perfect for using as Polaroid guest book. Polaroid photos with white frame will pop against the black pages. Just be sure to provide white ink, silver or gold pen for guests to leave you sweet messages.

White pages are extremely flexible - guests can write messages, scribble drawings and stick photos on them.

How many pages are there in the guest book?

You can choose between 50 pages and 100 pages.

50 pages include 50 sheets of paper. This means you get 100 single-sided pages

100 pages include 100 sheets of paper. This means you get 200 single-sided pages.




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