(Closed) I need clever ideas using the ampersand…

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
1512 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Do you have a picture? It sounds a little more fun [in my mind at least] so what about like “The People & The Day” [or something clever] for the programs, “Who & Where” for seating chart, etc. But, I mean like, put the ampersand larger than the other parts. I dunno. I may be no help. I need more to work with! Haha.

Edit: I think you must have added the listing or else I TOTALLY missed that. Let me go check it out.

Post # 4
1512 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I would have to think on that one. Maybe just mimic the invites and leave a large ampersand on everything?

Post # 8
2067 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Super cute! I used a funky ampersand on my invites…

I incorporated it into the ceremony program by putting it on the front of the program with our names, and the date below that

We didn’t have a seating chart or menus…. I like the who & where for seating chart…

Maybe “Food & Drink” for menu

On our sweetheart table, we bought an ampersand ansour initials so our centerpiece (just on the sweetheart table) was J&P

We incorporated a diff thing for our Thank You notes – When he proposed, we got a picture holding white boards that said “he asked…” and “…she said yes” 🙂 so, for our table numbers, we got pictures holding those boards (although they were white boards, they were actually colored… Blue and purple, two of our wedding colors) …Then our photographer photoshopped numbers onto the boards… So for thank you notes, we got a picture at the weddi with us each holding a board and one said “thank” and the other said “you”

So…I’m not sure how to incorporate the ampersand for the thank you notes…

What are you planning to put on your information card? Like if it’s just some specific details and a map, it could say “details & destination”

Post # 10
46 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012

I had a couple of ideas for Thank you cards:

“Thanks & Gratitude/Appreciation”

For less formal you could even just say “Thank you & Thank you & Thank you again!’

You could thank them for their Support & Generosity (for being there on the day, and for any gifts)

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