Friday, April 23, 2010

In Lieu of Programs

This past weekend, one of our Butterfly Brides shared one of the most touching ceremonies I have seen to date with her guests. She was a joy to work with and her and her husband's vows brought the congregation to tears. Throughout the planning, she wanted to keep the theme of originality and celebrating their personal relationship. They customized wherever they could, including the programs!

Because they had a non-church wedding and a relatively simple ceremony, they did not have an extensive order of service. Therefore, rather than printing ceremony programs, the bride printed a timeline of her relationship with her groom. Their first meeting right down to his proposal and then their nuptials were represented on the timeline. Guest book attendants handed these timelines out in lieu of programs and they were the topic of conversation all night.

This is just another way to customize your wedding and make the day centered around your relationship.

Happy planning!

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