A new trend right now is wedding programs.
That people are using a program so that your guests know what will be going on in the ceremony.
A program like this is very easy to find. Either on-line by buying software or making
it yourself. And you also can order programs through an invitation company, as well. If
you do not have the time to do it. The first thing you really want to make sure is. Do
you have everything you need in your program? The first thing is the readings, the music.
And make sure that you have everything typed out in it. Exactly the way it’s supposed to
be spelled. Run a spell check and make sure certain things like Handel or Mendelssohn
or certain names of songs are spelled correctly. Because that really could put a damper on
it, if people notice that it’s spelled wrong. The next thing is, have your order done the
way you want it done. Certain things like the prelude of music, what music will be played.
What the song is for the processional. A reading that might be read. A song that you want the
entire congregation to song. And then the list of everything that will be going on.
Especially, if you’re going to use something like the Lord’s Prayer. And it’s a different
version, you might want to spell that out for people as well. On the back, you want
to include your attendance. Everybody involved in the wedding. From the minister or ministers,
the mother of the bride and groom. The fathers, the grandparents. The escort of the bride,
if it is not a parent. The matrons or maids of honor. The Best man, the groom’s men, the
usher. And just remember, also include your musicians names, especially. Because they’re
part of your ceremony. And then a little message to your guests. For a thank you for attending
and possibly even where the reception will be. With directions, is also a very handy
thing to do. These are very easy to make and low costs. Especially if you do it right.
And just make sure, you take all the steps ahead of time to get it correct. And don’t
change your order once you have it set and printed.