Post # 1
So my favor for the wedding is a CD of the songs that will be played throughout the ceremony. I was thinking about including a program in each favor, list of events, wedding party names etc. Do you think this is a bad idea because the programs are suppose to be given out at the ceremony? What if I did a list of events at the reception instead of the tradition ceremony? We are having the ceremony at a public park, and I think it would be to much to hand them out then. The CD will be given per family, do you think this is a good idea too? Or should I provide some type of favor for everyone?
Post # 3
@Couellet978: I think if you include the program after the fact, people may not pay attention, or get confused as to why they are being given out after the fact. I would suggest having someone hand out the programs at the ceremony, and then give the CD’s out as the favor during the reception when guests walk in or as they leave. If you can’t find someone to hand out the programs you can always put them in a pretty basket with a little sign saying “Please take a program” or something along those lines.
Post # 4
I think I’d give out the cd’s as a favor during the reception. I think it would be cool though if you printed the program on a CD label and had the CD as the program and favor and handed it out at the ceremony. Just place one on each chair.
Post # 5
Is there any particular reason why you want to have a program? because usually the program is more useful at the ceremony than the reception. If you dont want to give them out at the ceremony I would skip them altogether
Post # 6
I would just have the CD on it’s own if it were me as combining might be confusing and not make sense after the ceremony. You could include a photo of you and your FI for a personal touch?