“If you want to save money,” said our officiant, Sandy Queen, at our first meeting with her, “skip the programs. No one takes them, and no one reads them.”
It was sound advice—and a knife in the back. Creating our programs had been something I wanted to do from the beginning. I wanted them to be personal. I wanted them to be about us and our friends and family. I wanted them to be both reflective and funny.
So despite the very good advice, I made them anyway. Mr. Puffer helped with content and assembly, but of all our projects, this was the one I spent the most time on and the one that was closest to my heart.
The Greeting and the Remembrance
I worked with the talented graphic designer who created our invitation suite. She knocked this one out of the park, in my opinion. The design, meant to tie in with our invitation and CD favors, was spot on.
Our “Greetings from the Couple” section thanked guests for attending and recognized our wedding party and our guests.
All images in this post are personal.