Choosing a pen for your wedding guest book – Please + ThanksHi all! I just wanted to do a quick update on the best type of pen to use in a photo guest book. My wedding guest book want to see my book? Whenever I come across some useful information, I like to give updates. It also worked well on my baby guest book printed with AdoramaPix , but when I went back to look at it a year later , I did notice that in a few spots it smudged.
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A fine point sharpie might be best, but then there is a big risk of smearing on the slick pages. Any suggestions? I would like to know, too—we did the same thing! Also the micron pens from craft stores. She said they dry almost instantly.
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I made our guestbook through Shutterfly and it's one of the premium books with the lay-flat pages. What would be the best type of pen or markers to have out for signing? I don't want anything to smudge and the pages are sort of on the glossy side. I would probably call Shutterfly customer service and see if they have a recommendation. They are usually pretty great anytime I have called. A really fine tip sharpie came to mind, but that could smudge if someone turns the page or rubs their hand on it before dry.