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March 2, 2018
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"Beautiful accent to my wedding"
How to Make Your Wedding Programs both Informative and Stunning
When it comes to your wedding stationery, you likely want it to fit into two distinct categories. First, you want it to be functional. It should inform your guests about important details of the big day. For example, your save-the-date cards let your friends and family know which day you’re getting married. Second, you want it to look amazing. Shutterfly offers a wide selection of color templates, layouts and themes so you can find wedding stationery that you love, such as pearl wedding programs.
Showcase Important Details
In order to make your programs functional, you need to make sure to include all of the important information. For example, if you would rather do a nontraditional unity ceremony, such as braiding a cord of three strands, planting a tree or tying your hands together, instead of a traditional unity ceremony, such as lighting a candle, you can highlight the exact ritual so all of your guests understand its importance.
Other information you may want to include could be the name of the processional music and where your readings are coming from. If you plan on having guest participation for hymns or prayers, be sure to make it easy for everyone to take part by letting them know what they need to say and when they should say it.
Find Templates That Fit Your Taste
Every couple has a different vision for their big day, including for their wedding programs. You can choose to have them flat or folded. Some of the layouts even allow you to include your favorite engagement picture or a meaningful quote. You can use the filters to make searching for your program easier. Search by designer, color, paper type or trim option, depending on what is most important to you.
Not only can you create personalized pearl wedding programs here on Shutterfly, but you can also find lots of inspiration. Do you need help planning a destination wedding or writing your vows? Check out the ideas page for great tips.