I’m a wedding photographer and you need to break the guest book tradition – here’s what to do instead

WEDDINGS are a time where guests can express their love and appreciation for the couple that’s tying the knot.

If you’ve ever been to a wedding that has a “guest book,” you’ve likely left a sweet message for the couple to read after their event.


A Charleston-based wedding photographer named Kate Dye, who goes by @katedyephoto on TikTok, has gained popularity online thanks to her videos that offer advice for brides-to-be.

She said there’s an even cuter way to hear from your guests on your big day.

In a video, she began: “I have to tell you about hands down one of the coolest things that I’ve seen at a wedding.”

She said that the guests at this wedding were raving about the idea.

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“For their guest book, this couple had something called ‘After The Tone.’

“It was a vintage phone where your guests can actually leave you a voicemail message.

“So you’re actually able to hear the voices of all of the people that you love the most, and not just see their handwriting in some book that you will never use.”

The idea brings a more personal touch to your big day, and makes your event stand out from other weddings that have more traditional finishes.

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Viewers wished they had known about this sooner, with many of them expressing the sentimental value that the messages would hold later on:

“As someone who is looking back at my wedding that was almost eight years ago, this would be so nice considering how many of those guests we have lost,” one person wrote.

“I would love this. As someone who recently lost my grandparents, I would do anything to hear some advice from them one more time,” added another.


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