Post # 1
So i took a look around on the web for some diffrent types of wedding program layout/styles and can’t seem to choose which one i like – I am not sure if i want to put too much effort into something people might not keep and at the same time if i put in alot of effort it will look amazing!! The first one i made is a double sided tri fold program but then today i sat and played around and came up with this idea – Its a pocket holder with a slid so that they can pull out the mini wedding program booklet which will also be printed double sided….but heres my issue….the triflod is one piece of A4 paper that holds all the info but then the second idea takes one big A3 for the holder and then around 5 papers to make the booklet!!!
Here are some of the Wedding Program Ideas i found on the internet….
What do you think i should choose? Or what would you choose?
Post # 3
I see you’ve been on the Martha Stewart weddings website…lol
I pick 2 or 8, simply because they are the most simple. All of these are beautiful but programs are not high on the totem pole of importance (IMO). If you’re having an outside ceremony, go with the fan. If not, a simple trifold that you can print on 8.5×11 paper.
Post # 5
I say #8 but, I did a fan program so I am probably biased 🙂
Post # 6
I like 3,5,6,7. Something a little more interactive than just a folded piece of paper is always a nice little touch. (Though, #5 is just a book. I love the zig zag thread though.)
Post # 7
Yeah i think number 2 stays the best and most easiest to make. Also feel that wedding programs arent that important ( dont want to pay too much money on expensive paper if everyone’s going to just leave it on the table or mess on it. Thank you think i’m defnitly sticking with the TriFold
Post # 8
Quite honestly, I would stick with something simple that doesn’t require a lot of paper, materials, or time and effort to make. A program like #2 or #8 would be ideal as they require minimal materials, could easily reflect the look and feel of your wedding, and are still pretty to look at.
It’s a hard fact that 98% of your ceremony programs will end up in the trash. I know that aside from myself, only four family members saved theirs (which is still more than I thought would lol). In the whole scheme of wedding things, they really weren’t a top priority.
Post # 10
- Wedding: May 2012 - The Chapel of the Sir Christopher Wren Building, 2007 Legacy Hall
I prefer 2, 3, and 6. I didn’t narrow it down much, did I? 😉
Post # 11
Mine were somewhat like 6. They were a cute DIY project and I have gotten complements on them. Still love them.
Post # 12
i would stick with something simple…. but it really depends on the vibe of your wedding.