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Classic Portrait Foil Stamped Funeral Guest Book With Photo

Classic Portrait Foil Stamped Funeral Guest Book With Photo

Our beautiful classic, velvet touch funeral guest book with your photo is offered in a portrait presentation and is a must for any memorial or funeral service. Your photo and personalized text will be imprinted on the front cover. Select from one of our rich, solid background colors.

Your submitted photo will be placed imprinted on the cover with your personalized text written on the cover in your choice of gold or silver engraved text. The inside pages consist of 3 parts: Personal History, Sign-In Registry, Messages/Condolences for an all-inclusive memory book of your loved one's final celebration of life. Sign-in registry pages holds up to 300 signatures of your attendees. 

  • Soft Touch Finish Quality Perfect Bind Guest Book; 50 Pages; Your Color Choice: Dark Teal, Black, Forest Green, Navy, White, or Deep Red
  • Personalize 2 Lines of Text in Gold or Silver Metallic Foil Lettering; Inside Pages Include Personal History, Sign-In Registry, Messages/Condolences
  • Ships Next Business Day, Same Day Shipping if Ordered Before 12Noon CST M-F
Regular price $79.95 USD
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How To Wear A Memorial Button

Wearing a memorial button is a deeply personal and meaningful gesture, and there are no strict rules on how to wear it. However, many choose to affix the button to their clothing, typically on a lapel or collar, where it is easily visible. Some may opt to pin it to a purse, bag, or even a hat, depending on personal preference. The important thing is to wear the button in a way that feels comfortable and allows for easy visibility, ensuring that the memory of the departed is honored and remembered wherever one goes. Consider the different options for attaching the button to clothing, such as using a pin or clip, in order to find the most comfortable and visible placement.