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I am loving these new creative ideas that are popping up all over the wedding world! Last week I showed you a new photobooth/guestbook concept that debuted at the Nashville bridal show, and this week I am sharing another gem called Fantastic Flipbooks!

Here’s the dealio:

Inviting Fantastic Flipbooks to your event or venue is a great way to add something extra special to your party. You supply the guests, and we'll create the personalized pocket-sized party favors that feature them! Not only will they take home a unique custom keepsake or promotional gift, they'll also be entertained in the process.


We start by taking sixty super-fast pictures of people being fabulous in our booth. They can dress up, perform a skit using our props, be silly or sweet or just flat out crazy. Then in less than two minutes, we print and assemble a cool take-home video (no batteries required) in a paper flipbook. You can even add a message or graphics on a custom cover.


Not only can Fantastic Flipbooks put your party in motion, it is also a great tool for more unexpected uses such as save the dates, promotional marketing items, creative thank you’s, or even business cards!

Everyone has a blast with the silliness, and those watching can't wait to outdo everyone else. When the party is over, they get to take home a fun gift in their pocket. It's guaranteed fun for all ages!

I LOVE this idea! It’s a great alternative to the photobooth and serves as a favor for your guests to take home! Currently, Fantastic Flipbooks serves across Tennessee, Southern Kentucky and Northern Alabama. Check out their website to email them for rates! Be sure to check out their demo video to see all the fun!


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