Poems while you wait – the creative wedding guestbook!
Friday, September 9
We were just introduced to the work of Bill Keys the Street Poet of Poems while you wait. He sits in public places with a 1917 Corona typewriter and a sign that reads “Poems about anyone or anything”. People tell what they would like a poem about, and Bill takes about five minutes to type a poem for them.
What a unique and personal entertainment for a wedding. Bill is very talented at this art and has worked with the public for years as a street poet as well as being a double-decker tour guide in San Francisco. He says he “is masterful in creating disarming and entertaining dialogue with people.”
At the wedding Bill will let everybody know that all poems they request will be collected in a book for the bride and groom. After the event he takes two days to hand make a book for the bride and groom including all poems requested as well as photos of the friends and loved ones who’d made the requests. The book is made and decorated with the theme of the wedding in mind.
Contact Bill to learn more about his services and how you can have him create this unique and special keepsake for your wedding.