How big should a wedding program fan be?
The general rule of thumb is that around 75 percent of your invited guests will attend your wedding; thus, at minimum you should print enough wedding programs for 75 percent of your invitees (plus your wedding party and keepsakes).
How do you list a wedding party in a program?
- Parents of the bride.
- Parents of the groom.
- Grandparents of the bride and groom (if desired)
- Maid or Matron of Honor.
- Best man.
- Flower girl.
What do you put on front of wedding program?
- Welcome & Introduction.
- Exchange of Vows.
- Ring Ceremony.
- Pronouncement of Marriage.
- Presentation of Couple.
How do you make fans out of cardstock?
How do you glue paper fans together?
How do I keep my guests cool in the summer wedding?
- Hand out parasols for a sunny ceremony.
- Strategize indoor-outdoor spaces.
- Get personal with fans.
- Blend decorative with functional.
- Shade your lounge areas.
- Double down on frozen desserts.
- Cool down your alfresco cocktail hour.
What paper should wedding programs be printed on?
What kind of cardstock is best for wedding invitations? Cotton cardstock is the paper of choice at places like Minted, Wedding Paper Divas and Invitations by Dawn. Because it’s smooth and comes in a variety of weights and colors, it’s universally appealing no matter your style or price point.
How do you make a fan stick?
Do you list parents on wedding program?
When you’re naming those participating in the ceremony, the traditional format is as follows: the parents of the bride, the parents of the groom, the bridesmaids and groomsmen (with the maid of honor and best man listed first), the flower girl and ring bearer, ushers and readers, and the officiant.
Who name goes first on wedding program?
Tradition dictates that the bride’s name always comes first, whether on Save the Date cards, wedding invitations or anything else. This is because the bride’s parents are usually the hosts, paying a greater share of the expenses.
Do you list deceased parents in wedding program?
List your deceased parent as part of the wedding party. When you list the parents of the bride or groom, include your living parent first. Underneath their name, write something like, “The Late Mr. Arthur Den” as a way to recognize your parent who is no longer here.
Do you put step parents on wedding program?
Include the names of each person involved in your big day from your bridal party to your flower girl. Many couples list the names of their parents and those within the wedding party, but you can also list the names of your grandparents, step-parents, or great-grandparents.
Do you list grandparents on wedding program?
Listing the music is optional. List parents of the bride and groom, grandparents if they are present, bridesmaids, groomsmen, etc. If you want to be more formal, you can list full names (first, middle, last) but it’s not necessary.
How do you list divorced parents on a wedding program?
If you or your partner have divorced parents, remember these rules: Names are listed on separate lines without an “and” between them. Mom always comes first. If the bride’s mother is not remarried, use “Ms.” followed by her first name and the last name she is currently using (maiden or still her married name)
How can I make my own photo fans?
What kind of paper is used for fans?
TIP: We suggest using 65lb-80lb paper for two sided fans, especially if printing on a home ink jet printer. If you are only doing a one sided fan, you should order it from a professional printer and ask for at least 110lb paper.
How do you glue Wedding Program Fans?
How do you display a paper fan?
The fan can be placed in a display stand or it can be held up by the wall (use a small piece of double-sided tape to hold the fan in place, if necessary). You can also use a larger shadowbox to display several fans together in the same box, or add a couple of decorative knick-knacks in the box with the fan.
How do you hang decorative fans?
How do you make a paper fan?
- Start with a square sheet of paper.
- Fold in half.
- Fold one side in by half an inch.
- Continue folding down the length of the sheet, accordion style, until you reach the end.
- Try to make sure the first and last fold are facing the same direction.
What do you do if your wedding day is hot?
- Consider a makeup setting spray.
- When in doubt, go with the experts.
- Start prepping pre-ceremony.
- Embrace the indoors for portraits.
- Keep in mind the style of your dress.
- Shade yourself and your ceremony.
- Play with lighting.
- Design your day around the sun.
How hot is too hot for a wedding?
When the temperature reaches 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, it is no longer safe for people to be outside for long periods of time. You should also consider the temperature when planning an outdoor wedding in a location that usually has cooler temperatures but may occasionally get very hot.
What’s the cheapest month to get married?
The cheapest months to get married are January, March, April, and November. If you’re looking to save money on your wedding ceremony, avoid the peak summer wedding season in favor of one of these less popular dates.
How long does it take to get wedding programs printed?
This can take anywhere from a week to several months depending upon several factors, including: Quantity needed (Large runs can be demanding, especially for handmade programs) Quality of paper (Does your printer have enough in stock, or will they have to order additional paper?)