Post # 1
Yes that is INSERT wording you see there!
We are putting a little note card in our programs inviting guests to offer us words of advice or sentiment or whatever they like and we are going to put them in a little album to keep.
I need help on how to word the top of the card
use the space below to offer the bride and groom words of wisdom and encouragement for a long and happy marriage
I know this is a different idea, but we are doing it so just wording ideas if you have any. please no criticism =]
Post # 3
Alot of peoplw who do that have it as part of the guestbook or a card at each place setting at the reception asking them for advice/sentiments. Having it as part of the ceremony program doesn’t seem that practical and will be very easy for folks to forget or lose between the ceremony and reception (unless they are sitting at the dinner table during the ceremony). Also, not everyone is able to write in mid-air without a flat surface underneath and most will not have pens available during the ceremony or even think to bring them. They will also wonder why you want them to take a pen with them when they pick up a ceremony program. The idea is not bad, it’s just easier all around for everyone to do at the reception, completely separate from the programs.
As far as wording, you could go with something like:
Please share your advice with the bride and groom for a happy marriage
Post # 4
@Ember78: they are going to be collected as part of the ceremony, think of it as a ring warming with words. and pens are going to be at each seat with the programs, programs are hard enough to write on.
thanks for the wording help too =]