- 8 years ago
- Wedding: July 2010
After reading one of Miss Sewing’s posts, I got a quote for our wedding programs and realized that it would actually be cheaper to order 200+ 8 page, colour-bound booklets and have them shipped from SmartPress than to order 200+ double-side printed sheets of cardstock from the printing place up the block.
So instead of doing a just-the-facts program as I had planned, I have some space to have fun, which I’m really jazzed about. I’ve already done a spread about how we met and have some more fun pages on the way.
But I keep changing my mind about how to place them, and I’m hoping you ladies can help me.
My first instinct was to put our “How We Met” story right after the first page (the page on which we have the date and location of the ceremony – a landing page, so to speak). I was going to put the basic stuff after that – order of ceremony, bridal party, etc. And then cap it off with more fun stuff.
But I’m wondering, will that be strange? Does it make more sense to get all of the basics out of the way first, and put the fun stuff at the end?
I know, I know, such a minor detail. But I’m stumped. I’ve ordered and reordered them three times now, and still can’t decide.
Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!