Voice Booth is the newest variation to the Voice Book family!
Voice Booth combines audio from the cherry red phone and video footage from the motion activated camera. Not only will you be able to hear the messages your guests leave you, you can watch them do it too!
**Voice Booth only available to local clients**
We offer phones that fit any and all decors and themes!
Ashley is a blush phone from the 80s. Light coloring and ready to take your guests' messages!
Eric is a black rotary from the early 80s. Great style and classic tuxedo coloring.
Lauren is another blush option with the classic rotary style. Regal and perfect!
Benjamin is an ivory classic rotary phone from the 1970s. Benjamin has a few nicks and imperfections, but it all adds to his unique personality!
Greyson is a trimline style phone. In a smoky gray, Greyson will fit into a contemporary styled wedding or even a classic black and white theme.
Brooks is the stand out of the group! This sage green phone from 1958 will fit in perfectly with your natural tones wedding.
Jolene is a classic black 1958 model. Even with some natural imperfections, Jolene is ready to work hard capturing memories.
Rothberg is the phone that has completely different style and grace. From the early 1950s, it has survived a long time and has lots of life left.
Ryan is a near perfect example of a 70s era phone. Dressed up or down, Ryan is a social chameleon and will fit into any situation.
Whether you're a fan of the black and gold or you're having a fall wedding during football season, Hayden will be a great addition.
Camille is a Victorian style brass phone that ups the elegance ante. Camille is the statement piece that will have your guests' attention right away.
Gordon is a 1980s era phone guaranteed to give a splash of color near the entrance to your event! The "pop" of red will be perfect when Batman or your loved ones leave you voice messages.
Betty is a white (see what we did there?) 80s era rotary style. Aged to the perfect off-white coloring, Betty will come to your event with style and grace.
*Betty is lighter in color than the picture shows.
Bellemont will add sophistication and intrigue to any event. Named for a city in Arizona, Bellemont's original home state, impress your guests by adding this phone to your event for that "wow" factor!
Royce is an early 50 era phone. Complete with classic chrome accents, it's a heavy phone that was likely a piece of art when first introduced.
Elizabeth has a royal, elegant feel. Is Elizabeth showing her age? Yes, but we don't like to mention it. We just admire this one for it's simple beauty!
Sykora has one of the more interesting back stories out of all of the Voice Book phones. Built in 1985 in Czechoslovakia, Sykora found it's way to the Cedar Rapids Czech Village. From there we wanted to find the perfect name to keep with the Czech heritage and culture. Sykora Bakery in the Czech Village is one of the most notable Czech
Sykora has one of the more interesting back stories out of all of the Voice Book phones. Built in 1985 in Czechoslovakia, Sykora found it's way to the Cedar Rapids Czech Village. From there we wanted to find the perfect name to keep with the Czech heritage and culture. Sykora Bakery in the Czech Village is one of the most notable Czech names/destinations in the area and we couldn't help but think that it was a perfect fit for this phone!
They don't build them like Winston anymore! Winston is a heavy duty, unique, crank style phone. Even though Winston is built like a tank, he has seen some battle scars. Truly an interesting conversation piece phone!
Clementine is a Trimline style phone from the late 70s. Having an autumn wedding and looking to add some fall colors? Clementine would fit right in to capture memories from your guests!
Audrey is a 50s era Hollywood Regency style phone. An incredibly unique styling in a compact footprint, Audrey is sure to catch your guests' eye with the ivory coloring and brass and leather base.
A Charlotte is a princess style, ivory colored phone. Charlotte can fit into nearly any decor, especially if you are using neutral tones for your event.
Jack is definitely a one of a kind phone. There is only the small base that hangs on the custom built industrial exposed brick and hammered grey wall/base. If you will be in an industrial or modern space, Jack will fit right in!
Wyatt is the rugged sibling phone to Jack. Wyatt's base is made of reclaimed barn wood to give a rustic feel. If you are having a barn wedding Wyatt would fit perfectly into the rustic/country wedding and event theme!
Edison might be one of the most vintage phones in the fleet. From the 40, Edison has some wear and use but will make a great addition to the throwback event!
Daisy fits right between Benjamin and Hayden in color. If your event is using neutral, spring, or fall colors, Daisy would fit perfectly to capture memories from your guests. Add a pop of color to your guest book table with Daisy!
Gatsby is a 40s-ish era phone with a classic, upscale style. This phone is a throwback to the elegant events of the past with it's rectangular shape and curved lines.
Eliza is a cream and brass colored that will add sophistication to your event! Classic style and elegance like no other phone in the Voice Book lineup.
Scarlett is a hybrid between Camille and Eliza. With the brass base and brass and cream receiver, Scarlett will certainly garner attention to your guest book table. Scarlett has a unique style from a bygone era!
Olivia is an early 80s princess style rotary phone. Olivia is the sister phone to the Brooks. Interesting style with a neutral color sure to fit into nearly any decor for your event!
Rockford is one of the most unique phones in the collection! Rockford is truly self contained travelling in it's own box. Reminiscent of Mad Men or presidential style, Rockford will surely garner interest at your event!
Skye is a sky blue Trimline style phone. A different style of phone to fit into your event! Using pastels and light colors for your wedding? Skye will fit in perfectly to capture memories!
Kellogg named itself, the name is stamped on the base of the phone. Kellogg is a throwback, non rotary phone. With vintage styling and classic black finish, Kellogg will fit into the classic, elegant style event you are planning!
Belle has a little more green color than Skye, it's closer to Tiffany Blue. Old school, not quite princess style, not quite standard rotary style, definitely a hybrid.
Bowie started out as a light blue colored phone (look at the cord). Over the last 45 years or so, time has taken its toll and Bowie has aged gracefully to a slightly darker than mint green color. Bowie is ready to capture your voice memories on your biggest day!
You should feel important on your biggest day! Get that presidential vibe with Roosevelt. A cross between Bellemont and Rockford, Roosevelt will surely give your event a feel of stature and grace.
Jace is a 50s era phone. It is the more robust brother to Rothberg. Jace may be a bit imposing because of the big stance, but in reality it's a big teddy bear waiting to capture your guest's memories!
Blanche is an ivory and brass phone that has lived it's life enjoying the finer things. From the late 60s, Blanche is single and ready to mingle, or at the very least, listen to your guest's to record their best wishes!
Dorothy is a brass and white/ivory phone from the late 60s. Dorothy upscale and bridges the gap between fancy and ordinary. It's not the fanciest phone of the crew, but Dorothy will capture messages with the best of them!
Rose has been around since the late 60s. Rose is a peculiar phone falling somewhere between Eliza and Blanche. With copper and brass accents, Rose can fit into a simple or more upscale decor.
Picture it, Sicily, 1981. Well, maybe not Sicily. Sophia is a small phone...almost comically small. Small in stature but big on personality, Sophia will definitely get attention on your guest book table!
Oh Boy! (Get it, "Oh"?) Otto may be the most interesting phone in the line up. Straight out of the 70s, brown in color and unique in shape, Otto will surely be a statement piece on as your audio guest book!
Lucy is very similar to the Lauren phone in blush color and would blend well with a neutral color design wedding! Lucy started out as a wall mount phone but works just as well as a table top model.
Sara is the sister phone to Lucy. Same styling just in an ivory/off white color. Small and compact, Sara won't take up your entire guest book table. Sara WILL accept any and all messages from your guests. Don't worry, Sara is good at keeping secrets...kind of.
Knox is one of our "industrial" freestanding phones. Built tough, Knox fits into every decor and theme. Classic, neutral, rustic, you name it, Knox has you covered.
Straight out of an "Office" setting, Michael looks like it was really important in a past life. Michael loves inside jokes and is likely to capture a few throughout the course of your event. Michael can go all night long (That's what she said!) to record all of your guest's messages!
Hendrik is an import, straight from Holland. Elegant style, classic coloring, and ready to hear what your guests have to say. Unique in shape, Hendrik will add a neat flair to your event!
Abigail is a neutral colored phone. Depending on the lighting, Abigail can appear tan, blush, or even a peachy color. Regardless, if you are having an Earth-toned event or natural colors, Abigail would be a great fit!
Barney was a multi-line phone that was a bit neglected in past life. Barney has been rebuilt while maintaining his 1950's roots! Would be a great companion phone to Michael with it's office beginnings.
Lukas is the sibling phone of Hendrik. Also built in Holland, Lukas has a unique shape that is perfect the for the black tie or kicking back beers event!
Levi is not perfect cosmetically, but will capture your guests messages flawlessly. Like his Strauss cousins, Levi has put in some work over the years and it shows. After a slight facelift, Levi is ready to join your event!
Axel is an industrial style phone that can clean up nicely for a suit and tie event. Sharp angles and black finish make Axel a great addition to any event!
Gunner appears to be from the late 1940s. With the simple black stand and hammered gun metal finish, Gunner is sure to stand out as unique from the rest of the Voice Book crowd.
My name is Forrest. Forrest...well you get the idea. Mama always said Forrest was the color of a box of chocolates. Seriously though, this one is rich chocolate color that fits perfect with a natural wedding and event decor. When "it happens" and your guests are ready, Forrest is ready to capture your memories!
Stone is a neutral push button phone from the 80s! If you are having a natural toned wedding Stone will fit right in!
Taylor is a Red touch tone phone from 1981. When was The Last Time you saw a guest book that had that kind of pop factor? Everything Has Changed with the traditional guest book experience. Let Taylor capture your memories and listen to them from the Begin(ning) Again. No matter if you are 22 or 52, move Swiftly to reserve Tyalor today!