Major props to anyone who gets that reference!
Recently, we completed our second premarital session with our officiant. We had the chance to follow up on our homework assignments from our last session, talk about drama (there always seems to be some when there’s a wedding involved), and talk about our future marriage and finalize the order of the ceremony. Do you know what that means? It means we get to make those passport programs!
From my prior post, you can see the embossing steps for the covers of the passports. Once the ceremony was set in stone I started the daunting task of printing all of the pages out: three pages (two of those pages had back and front printing on them) multiplied by 124 programs. With 372 pages to cut I finally wised up and cut 5-6 pages at a time. We probably won’t need that many programs, but I already embossed all the covers and I didn’t want them to go to waste.
Once the back pages were printed and cut (thank you trusty paper cutter!), I used spray adhesive to glue them to the covers.
iPhone photo to Mr. E to document my progress