Stationery Items to Consider...

Extra Keepsakes To Remember Your Day By

Ceremony Programs

Programs can serve multiple needs. They can become the official record keeping keepsake of the ceremony, and they provide a who's who for guests. Most of the time, one side of the program traditionally includes the names of the wedding party in the order they walk down the aisle, and names of parents, officiants, readers, soloists and musicians, as well as the pieces they will perform. The other side of the program typically outlines the order of the ceremony, including prayers and rituals.

Seating Cards

Unless you are having open seating, these cards can help guests find their assigned table/seat. They can be simple tent cards or, for a more formal look, be placed inside envelopes. They are usually located near the entrance of the reception in alphabetical order and include the guest's name and table number/name. Other times, you may want to consider some form of table cards with a more modern approach, this may turn into a DIY seating chart, or a mirror chart that you rent from a decor company. The opportunities are endless with seating card arrangements. You may even want to use the seating card stands as a way to incorporate you theme, and use it as a party favor at the same time. For example, during the winter season some couples decide that they want mini ornament stands to hold up the guests cards. Those guests can then take the ornament stands home as a souvenir from your wedding. Let your style and theme be your guide as you decide to embellish them or print them on decorative papers that coordinate with your overall look.

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