(Closed) vintage typewriter guestbook

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I imagine that several people would “sign” a single page, so I don’t think you’ll have all that many loose pages sitting on the table.  But you’re right that there should be some kind of easy and intuitive way to organize the pages.  A binder would work if the pages are pre-punched with holes.  The only thing I’d be concerned about is whether your guests will know how to feed a new sheet of paper into the typewriter when the last one runs out!

I think the typewriter in those photos had a big long roll of paper that never ended.  Perhaps you can just use that and save yourself the hastle?

Post # 4
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570 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I love that idea and that is what I imagine is it would kind of be list like, and then you could put it into an album or something. 🙂

It is going to look great though!

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Mrs. Lovebug had a big typewriter theme to her wedding. Which was super cute and executed amazingly.  She mentions in a post why she didn’t actually use the typewriter as the guestbook and came up with an alternative.  I think it could be really cute and fun, but I do foresee a few problems.  Here is her post where she talked about it…

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