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Green Leaves Guestbook$19.99Add to cart
Guest book in faux leather with foil stamping
*6.5″ x 8.5″ x 1″ approx
*Space to record the guests in your home or at a special occasion
*Space for “name” and “best wishes”
*Green leaves border pattern
*Boxed; interspersed with quotes and sayings
*A lasting keepsake
Mr And Mrs Our Wedding LuxLeather$19.99Add to cart
“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help… two can stand back-to-back and conquer.” Ecclesiastes 4:9-12
This timeless wedding guest book is elegantly designed as the perfect keepsake for a couple on their wedding day. Couples can reminisce about their special day as they are reminded of the many friends and family that attend their big day. As part of our Mr & Mrs collection, this guest book can be combined with other items to make a lovely gift basket for a wedding shower.
The LuxLeather cover with debossed lace pattern and gold foiled title give this guest book every touch of elegance desired on a wedding day. The cover has a stitched edge with Scripture verse from 1 Peter 1:22 “Love one another deeply, from the heart,” on the back. 160 lined pages provides ample space for guest to mark their attendance. A variety of designs featuring Scripture verses are sprinkled throughout the book. This guest book comes packaged in an acetate gift box for gift giving and safe keeping.
In Loving Memory LuxLeather$14.99Add to cart
This guest book for a memorial or funeral commemorates a life, and celebrates the memory of the other lives they touched.
Padded faux leather hardcover bound
Debossed cover design
Silver foil title and accents
Packaged in acetate gift box
Scripture on each page
Grief Observed$17.99Add to cart
Written by C. S. Lewis with love and humility, this brief but poignant volume was first published in 1961 and courageously encounters the anger and heart-break that followed the death of his wife, an American-born poet, Joy Davidman. Handwritten entries from notebooks that Lewis found in his home capture the doubt and anguish that we all face in times of great loss. He questions his beliefs in this graceful and poignant affirmation of faith in the face of senseless loss.