Post # 1
I’m really struggling with the order of my program;
I have two friend’s programs to look off of, however, there are a couple things I was hoping to do differently and I wondered if anyone had any experience;
I would really like to sing worship song(s) at my wedding. If we added a lyric sheet to the program, is this appropriate? And when exactly when would do it in the wedding day.
Also, we’re having a bagpiper at our wedding as well, is it appropriate to have him play Amazing Grace sometime after I have walked in? If so, when?
Thank you for any help!
Post # 3
I don’t see anything wrong with having a lyrics sheet with the program. I’d probably just make it a couple pages long, you can stretch out the order of ceremony, attendants, lyrics, and thank you’s to make a couple pages look nice.
Based on friend’s programs (gotta love that as a resource, right?), all the special stuff usually comes after the processional, before the vows. That’ll include worship, readings, and special music. My kid brother and sister are playing a song during the ceremony, and we plan to just treat them like a special reading. I would LOVE to have bagpipes, that will be beautiful! And it would definitely be appropriate!
Post # 4
I don’t think there is anything wrong with a lyrics sheet either! I’ve seen it done, but I dont have the program to tell you when it was done during the ceremony.
Post # 5
Thanks!! This helps, in the wedding where you sung worship songs, how did everyone like it? Were they thrown off that they were asked to sing too?!
Post # 6
Well they didn’t inforce everyone to sing, but I think a lot of people joined in because they had the lyrics in front of them!