Post # 1
I’ve been searching online for a source for wedding program templates. I don’t want to spend a ton of money since they usually get thrown away anyway. I have looked on Etsy, but was just wondering if anyone knew of a place with inexpensive (or better yet, free!) templates.
Post # 3
I got my template from Gartner.com, I bought trifold sheets from Office Depot and used their template. This is what I made.
Post # 4
microsoft word has brochure and newsletter templates maybe you can modify those.
Post # 5
I used MS Word. I bought rectangular (I think it was 4.5″ x 14″?) blank ivory cards that folded into 4.5″ x 7″. It was sort of a pain to make my own template and get the layout right, but I was happy with the way they turned out. Our wedding stationery was ivory with dark brown font. The save the dates had a green dandelion image, and the invitation suite had a soft orange poppy image. So, I printed the programs in dark brown on ivory paper, and I bought rubber stamps and similar green and orange ink to add some color. (I alternated so that half the programs had a green dandelion, and half had an orange flower.)
Post # 6
Hi I did mine. I ordered fans from amazon. Then I went to microsoft publisher and printed them. I will post pics later im at work and have none on me right now
Post # 7
Wow @wmontano77 SUPER cute! Thanks for the ideas…I have played around on Microsoft word templates a little. Thanks for the suggestions!
Post # 8
Wilton trifold and bifold programs come with a template- they’re both on Amazon or in craft stores.