If you’re getting married this summer then you’ve probably started thinking about and creating the little details of your event like menus, escort cards and programs for the ceremony. Many go back and forth on the subject of whether to have a program for your guests or not. The way I see it is it is a nice way to share with your guests the specifics of the ceremony and honor you family and bridal party, as well as, anybody taking part like a reader or singer. No matter the formality of your wedding, you can always create a program that matches the theme and feel of the day. These are some unique options that I like, that can really show add to the fun of the wedding day.
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For the traditional bride there is absolutely nothing wrong with a classic, folding program. There are still a ton of options for ways to present the information like the format you lay it out and the fold of the paper. Tri folds are always fun and don’t take a ton of space, while still having room for a lot of information. Making a cute book like the yellow one below allows for multiple pages of information and more options for pages, like their thank you page.
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I love this one, of course. For an outdoor wedding the casual paper bag serves as a program and a holder for the toss petals at the end of the ceremony. I think it’s adorable. A newer theme in the wedding world is the newspaper program, which stretches out to a large scale paper and folds up nicely for presentation. Perfect if you’re going for a theme or want something super fun.Lastly, is the ever important fan for a hot summer day. These are a simple DIY project for you and your maids and veer more towards the fun and free spirited wedding than formal nuptials. Either go the route of a “program on a stick” or a grouping of pages that fan out for a cool down, if needed.