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A Signature Plate will Preserve Your Memories

What better way to preserve everlasting memories of your wedding day and guests than with a signature plate hand painted from GuestBookPlatters.com, Inc. Just like a paper bound, traditional wedding guest book, family and friends can leave their names as well as a short message of affection (depending upon the size of your signature plate and function). With a custom personalized signature wedding plate you have a visible record of the fond wishes written by the important people in your lives. Signature plates make wonderful personalized gifts because they won't get stored away in a dusty old box like so many other personalized gift ideas. Our wedding signature plates come in a variety of shapes, sizes and design choices to fit the needs of vitually any event.

With our wedding signature plates you are creating a lasting memory of your wedding day. Whether you choose to display your signature wedding plate as an heirloom keepsake or use it for serving something like holiday cookies, it will become a fond reminder of the day you became husband and wife.

These personalized ceramic signature plates can be custom designed for any important occasion. You don't have to be celebrating a wedding - you can get a hand painted anniversary signature plate (yes even a 40th anniversary signature plate), birthday signature plate, and of course we offer signature retirement plates! Other momentus occasions include an engagement, new baby, graduation, etc. For example, remembering a milestone birthday like a signature plate 1st birthday is a sincere way to commemorate an important year in your child's life. Whatever creative way you choose to incorporate these signature plates, there is no doubt that it will become the topic of conversation for many wonderful years. Give us a call today to discuss the personalized plate design options available or, let us customize a ceramic signature plate with your very own special design.



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