Luxury wedding stationers launch new range of Wedding Day Guest Books

Following the success of their hand-finished wedding stationery, norma&dorothy are expanding into wedding styling with the launch of their new Guest Book collection.

The 40-strong range is made up of beautifully finished books to suit all wedding themes; from clean-lined contemporary pieces to whimsical offerings.  Each one is personalised to capture the couple’s names, wedding venue and wedding date, making it the perfect keepsake. 

There are three different cover finishes available: hardback – available in six different colours with foil detail, transparent acrylic and 3mm birch. All books are filled with luxuriously thick white paper, which provides the perfect backdrop to your guests’ messages, and are bound by bronze wire. 

norma&dorothy creative designer Grace Sherriff said: “Wedding days are over so fast that couples are looking for more imaginative ways of capturing those special moments. Guest books are the perfect way of not only sharing memories of your big day with your guests but for recording their advice and well-wishes for years to come. 

“Not only are our guest books personalised but they have been crafted using the best-quality materials. We want couples to treasure Luxury wedding stationers launch new range of Wedding Day Guest Bookstheir guest book for the whole of their married life so it was vital to us we created a collection that would not only look great but truly last.”

The Guest Books are the first in norma&dorothy’s new line of wedding styling accessories following the success of their hand-finished wedding stationery, which encompasses everything from Save The Dates, invitations and On The Day stationery. 

Grace added: “norma&dorothy is renowned for its gorgeous wedding stationery. However, we are finding couples want to continue their theme right from the Save The Dates through to the big event, which is something they will be able to do with the new additions to our wedding styling collection.”

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