WEDDINGS are a time when guests can express their love and appreciation for the couple tying the knot.
If you’ve ever been to a wedding that has a “guest book,” chances are you left a sweet message for the couple to read after their event.
A Charleston-based wedding photographer named Kate Dye, known on TikTok as @katedyephoto, has gained popularity online thanks to her videos offering advice for brides-to-be.
She said there’s an even cuter way to hear from your guests on your big day.
In one video, she began, “I have to tell you one of the coolest things I’ve seen at a wedding, hands down.”
She said guests at that wedding raved about the idea.
“This couple had something called ‘After The Tone’ for their guest book.
“It was an old phone where your guests can actually leave you a voicemail message.
“So you can actually hear the voices of all the people you love most, not just see their handwriting in a book you’ll never use.”
The idea adds a more personal touch to your big day and sets your event apart from other weddings that have a more traditional conclusion.
Viewers wished they had known about this sooner, and many of them expressed the sentimental value the news would later have:
“As someone looking back on my wedding nearly eight years ago, that would be so beautiful considering how many of those guests we lost,” one person wrote.
“I would like that. As someone who recently lost my grandparents, I would do anything to get their advice again,” added another.
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