Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Create a beautiful photo book with Mixbook

Next up in the WEDDING series is the guest book. Or I should say, how we created a non-traditional guest book. Early on Taylor decided that she didn’t want a traditional wedding guest book where people just signed their name. As luck would have it, Mixbook asked me to partner with them and create a meaningful photo book. Perfect solution! And they are offering 50% OFF with code:SPR18. Hurry, the sale ends TODAY!

This wedding has been an absolute joy to plan! Taylor and Jeff are very decisive and really know what they want (and don’t want). They desire for the celebration to be a meaningful experience for both them and their guests. Every detail has thought behind it. So when it came to ordering a wedding guest book, Taylor really didn’t want one of those books where you just sign in. You know, the ones you and I have and you don’t even know where it is. And even if you could find it, would you look at it? It’s just a list of names. Blah.

We found the perfect solution by creating a thoughtful, hardbound photo book with Mixbook. Taylor gave me all the pictures that she wanted included and I created the book online by going to Mixbook.com. You simply upload the photo’s, create your layout and order. It’s that simple! They have wonderful photo books, cards, calendars, home decor and photo prints – the creative possibilities are endless. This is not just for weddings, you can make anything.

We will have guests sign this beautifully curated photo book and they will also be able to look through all of the pictures. After the wedding, Taylor and Jeff will have a wonderful keepsake to look though for years to come that will remind them of their special day.

What would you create with Mixbook?  xoxo – Tanya

P.S. Please pardon my overly tanned self in these pictures. I left my self-tanner on too long. Can you say “over baked”?

photo: Pete Foster

This post is sponsored by Mixbook. All selections and opinions are my own.

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