Post # 1
Am working on my programs, and starting to think about how many we should have. We have 90 guests, with really only about 10-15 singles. I would love to hear from those who had them at their ceremony – how many did you provide, and whether that was too many or too little. For context, can you also estimate how many of your guests were couples/families? (Brides-to-be, feel free to say how many you’re *thinking* of making.)
I know some of the bees have blogged about this so I need to go through the archive as well.
Post # 3
I would like to know the answer to this myself. My girl who made my invitations said I only need 30 for about 80 people, but it doesn’t seem like enough to me. I have some singles, but not a lot. Mostly families and couples.
Post # 4
we made about 120 for 160 people and still ended up with a bunch left over. I would says about 45 for 90 should be more than enough. You can have people hand out one per couple at the door if you want to make sure there are enough to go around.
Post # 5
I ordered 75 programs for our 100-ish guests, and had quite a lot left over. But I wanted to make sure we had more than we’d need rather than not having enough. We also had lots of kids as guests, so I probably shouldn’t have counted them since they couldn’t care less about programs!
Post # 6
i’m making 100 for 150 guests.