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Retro Audio Guestbook

“Today, I took you by the arm, and together we walked towards the young man who promises to love and care for you as much as I do. I always knew this day would come; I just didn’t know it would come so soon…”

“Hey big brother, I just wanted to say that you’re lucky you found her, before she found me. I’m kidding, kind of…”

“Hello happy couple, this is Aunt Nina. Having never been married myself, I can’t offer any marital advice, but I can tell you that if I ever find someone worth marrying, he better look at me the way you two look at each other. Wishing you a lifetime of love…”

What do all these messages have in common? They were lovingly left for a bride and groom on their wedding day. Unlike traditional guestbook entries, though, these messages were audio recordings that capture not only heartfelt sentiments, but also the actual voices of well-wishing loved ones.

Imagine preserving audio recordings from your special day. You never know what you might capture. It may be the father of the bride, delivering a choked up message for his baby girl, or the boisterous laughter of a little brother, known best for his witty antics. Our Retro Audio Guestbook records the voices and emotion of your guests and creates an audible memory you can save forever.

Wedding audio guestbook

Here’s how it works:

  1. Guests pick up the receiver of a retro-style rotary telephone.

  2. He or she will hear a greeting with a directive prompt.

  3. The guest records a message and then hangs up the receiver.

Guests of all ages easily understand and can use the Retro Audio Guestbook. Think of it as a fun wedding festivity that delivers the added bonus of voice-recorded well wishes. It’s a win for both the happy couple and event guests.

Our wedding couples have rave reviews of the Retro Audio Guestbooks they’ve incorporated into their special day here in metro Detroit. Voice messages are often sentimental and sweet, but can also be sarcastic or hysterical when the guests become a little tipsy. From the shyly-spoken “I love you” offered by a four-year-old flower girl to the memories shared in the familiar, unsteady voice of a great-grandfather, the recorded entries you capture will become treasured mementos as the years go by. Voices will change, and loved ones will age, but these messages will remain. Each one will serve as a unique reminder of the friends and loved ones who took part in your wedding day.

Check out a few examples below!

Interested in reserving our metro Detroit retro audio guestbook? Get in touch below.


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