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Wedding And Gift Registry: Lillian Rose-Black Damask Guest Book ...

I’ve been to a few weddings. I always buy something for the bride only and give it to her at the shower and I buy off the registry for the wedding.

edit- I think it is cute and traditional to give a cute nightie or lingerie for the shower. That is what I meant by something for the bride. At my shower I received things like lingerie, cute bra & pantie sets, a sexy robe, my mother...

Damask Gatefold Guest Book-H64133

This white guest book with black damask design features a gatefold cover tied closed with black grosgrain ribbon. The spiral-bound pages record 600 signature...

vbaby vbaby says:
What is better for wedding colors?
black, pink and silver, or the damask design (black and white) with hints of hot pink?
Supercalifragilistic says:
I would go with damask and hints of hot pink. It's MUCH more unique, and you can really do it awesomely....

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