Linen Guest Books by Ink Hearts Paper

Linen Guest Books by Ink Hearts Paper

At Ink Hearts Paper, we understand the significance of capturing and preserving cherished memories. Our Linen Guest Books are not merely notebooks; they serve as exquisite keepsakes designed to commemorate weddings, engagements, anniversaries, and other special occasions with elegance and grace.

Why Choose Our Linen Guest Books?

Crafted with a luxurious white linen cover and featuring smooth 120gsm pages, our Linen Guest Books provide a sophisticated canvas for guest signatures, heartfelt messages, and Polaroid photos. Personalize your book with black print, gold foil, or silver foil to create a unique keepsake. Choose from our collection of personalized designs or create something custom tailored to your event.

Special Features:

Discover our "Happily Ever After" design, pre-debossed in luxe gold or black foil on a natural unbleached linen cover. Ready to ship, it adds an instant touch of sophistication to your celebration.

Ideal for Various Occasions

Our Linen Guest Books are versatile, making them suitable for weddings, engagements, bridal showers, baby showers, graduations, and milestone birthdays. They also make thoughtful gifts, allowing recipients to preserve memories in a beautiful and organized manner.

Personalization Options

Enhance your Linen Guest Book with personalized touches such as names, event dates, or special quotes in black print, gold foil, or silver foil. This customization not only adds a personal touch but also transforms the guest book into a cherished keepsake that captures the essence of your celebration.

Quality and Craftsmanship

At Ink Hearts Paper, quality craftsmanship is our priority. Each Linen Guest Book is meticulously crafted to ensure durability and elegance, from the luxurious linen cover to the acid-free, archival-quality paper inside. Our commitment to quality means your memories are preserved in a book that will stand the test of time.

Photo Corners for Added Charm

Don't forget to enhance your guest book with our adhesive photo corners, perfect for securing Polaroid photos and other mementos. These easy-to-use corners add charm and versatility to your memory-keeping efforts.

Order Your Linen Guest Book Today

Whether you're planning your dream wedding, hosting a memorable event, or searching for the perfect gift, Ink Hearts Paper Linen Guest Books offer elegance and functionality. Browse our collection today to find the ideal keepsake for capturing and preserving your most treasured moments. Elevate your event with Ink Hearts Paper Linen Guest Books—where memories are beautifully preserved and cherished for a lifetime.


June 18, 2024 — Alexa Cronin
How To Edit Your Invitation Template in Canva For Free

How To Edit Your Invitation Template in Canva For Free

Welcome to Ink Hearts Paper. We are excited that you’ve chosen our beautiful invitation templates. Follow our simple guide to access and edit your purchased template for free in Canva. From purchasing and downloading the PDF to customizing and saving your design, we’ll walk you through each step. Start creating stunning invitations effortlessly!
June 18, 2024 — Alexa Cronin
Unveiling Elegance: A Guide to Wedding Invitation Printing Techniques

Unveiling Elegance: A Guide to Wedding Invitation Printing Techniques

When it comes to wedding preparations, choosing the right invitation sets the tone for the entire celebration. One key aspect that often captivates couples is the printing technique. Each method brings its unique charm and sophistication to the table, making your invitations a true reflection of your style. Let's delve into the world of wedding invitation printing techniques.

  • Hot Press Foil:
    • This technique involves applying a thin layer of metallic foil onto the paper using heat and pressure.
    • Creates a luxurious and reflective finish, perfect for adding a touch of opulence to your invitations.
    • Available in various colors, allowing for customization to match your wedding theme.
  • Embossing:
    • Embossing raises the design on the paper's surface, creating a tactile and visually appealing effect.
    • Ideal for elegant, classic invitations, as it adds a subtle yet sophisticated texture.
    • Works exceptionally well with monograms or intricate patterns.
  • Letterpress:
    • A traditional printing method that involves pressing inked metal plates into the paper.
    • Results in a deep impression and a timeless, tactile quality.
    • Often chosen for its vintage appeal and the ability to showcase detailed designs.
  • White Ink Printing:
    • White ink is printed onto colored or textured paper, creating a striking contrast.
    • Offers a modern and minimalist look, allowing for creativity in design and font choices.
    • Particularly effective on darker or specialty papers for a chic and contemporary feel.
  • Standard Digital Printing:
    • This cost-effective method uses digital printers to reproduce the design directly onto the paper.
    • Perfect for intricate and colorful designs, offering a wide range of customization options.
    • Quick turnaround time makes it a practical choice for couples with tight timelines.
  • Digital Gold and Silver Metallic Printing:
    • Utilizes metallic ink to simulate the appearance of gold or silver.
    • Provides a shimmering effect, adding a touch of glamour to your invitations.
    • Combines the benefits of digital printing with the elegance of metallic finishes.

Choosing the right printing technique depends on your wedding theme, personal style, and budget. Whether you opt for the timeless allure of letterpress, the modern flair of white ink printing, or the opulence of hot press foil, each method contributes to creating invitations that will leave a lasting impression on your guests. Your wedding day is a celebration of love, and your invitations set the stage for the enchanting journey that awaits.

November 11, 2023 — Alexa Cronin

Laura + Daniel

Laura came to me in May 2014 and had a clear vision of what she was looking for. She loved the idea of mixing bright watercolour patterns with the rustic look of brown kraft materials. Laura was very easy to work with, probably what you would call your 'dream client', even sending me hand drawn layout ideas which gave me a very clear picture of exactly what she was after. I loved her ideas and loved creating her design. 

Laura + Daniel had a large wedding with over 200 guests and probably one of the largest weddings I have worked on. This included their Save The Date tags, Invitations, RSVP cards, Info & gifts cards, Bridesmaid cards, Kitchen Tea and Hen's invitations, and all On-The-Day Stationery; menus, name placement cards, favour labels and signage.

It all came together beautifully for them on their very warm Western Australian wedding day in November 2014.

Stunning x


Photographer: Holly Murphy Photography
Invitations & Stationery: Ink Hearts Paper
Location: Frosty Fox Estate in Manjimup, WA














June 21, 2015 — Alexa Cronin

Ali + Tim

Wow Wow Wow! This wedding looks like a dream. I'm a sucker for a flower crown bride as some of you may already know as I wore one myself.

Ali was a sweetheart from the beginning. They chose our Caroline Design invitations and we also supplied matching name placement cards and a leafy tree guestbook print.


Ali + Tim were married at the gorgeous Gum Gully Farm in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria.


Photography by: Luma Photo

Their full photo blog:


April 10, 2014 — Alexa Cronin

Karen + Adam

From day one Karen was a breeze to work with. Both Karen + Adam are keen cyclists so we came up with an invitation design to suit the couple to a T and mixed paper types to add to their rustic theme.
Karen was super flexible and open to our ideas & creativity.
We also created matching program covers, favour tags and other stationery.
Their invitation suite is named after Karen.
The gorgeous couple were married at St Thomas Catholic Church in Portsea, followed be a stunning reception at Trofeo Estate in Dromana. Perfect setting for a rustic laid back wedding day.










Photography by: Paul Stevens Photography 
Their full photo blog at: 

March 31, 2014 — Alexa Cronin