Why print wedding programs?
We can print program covers using any of our printing methods, and we can also print insert pages for your programs on our text weight paper. If you’d prefer to print your own insert pages, we have a wedding program template that you can use if you choose the DIY route. We can even drill holes in your program covers so that you can assemble them with ribbon or twine, or we can assemble them for you — we offer a wide selection of luxurious cotton ribbon.
If you prefer the “no assembly required” route, or if you have a lot of information, you can opt for trifold or tea-length wedding programs. Both options are modern and elegant, and double-sided printing makes it possible to fit a lot of information on these cards.
Wedding program ETIQUETTE
A wedding ceremony program isn’t a necessity at all weddings – but for very formal or long ceremonies and for ethnically diverse ceremonies, the program will provide your guests with a point of reference as well as help educate them if they are unfamiliar with the traditions and practices being performed at your ceremony. You should plan on one program per guest and have a designated person to help handout the programs as guests arrive and take their seats. Your program can be as simple or as detailed as you wish, depending on the formality and mood of your ceremony. The program is a nice place to honor deceased loved ones as well as give thanks to friends and family for their love and support.
Program wording & etiquette
The marriage celebration of
Olivia Marie Stanton and Claude Markus Wright
The twelfth of July, two thousand and fifteen
La Jolla, California
Officiated by Pastor John Probst
Prelude / Beau Soir
Processional / Air from Suite No. 3 in D
Declaration of Intention
Prayer of the Day
Reading / 1 Corinthians 12:31 – 13:8 / Read by Ellen Fisher
Giving of Rings
Recessional / Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Parents of the Bride
Gary and Monica Stanton
Parents of the Groom
Steven and Christine Wright
Matron of Honor
Ushers / Andrew Stanton and Gary Franklin
Guest Book Attendant / Jessica Stanton
The wedding ceremony of Amelia Rose & Liam Quinlan
January first, two thousand and fifteen
Milwaukee Methodist Church
Amelia & Liam
Milwaukee Methodist Church
A quote that’s meaningful to both the bride and the groom makes a beautiful addition to the back of the program cover.
The wedding of Amelia & Liam
”Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.“ -Aristotle
The Nuptial Mass Uniting
Sarah and Liam
Saint Robert Bellarmine Roman Catholic Church
Bayside, New York
June 28, 2015
Monsignor Martin Murphy
PARENTS OF THE GROOM
Steven and Rhonda Clark
GRANDMOTHER OF THE BRIDE
UNCLE OF THE BRIDE
MATRON OF HONOR
LITURGY OF THE WORD
Old Testament Reading, Tobit 8: 5-7
Responsorial Psalm, Psalm 145: 8-9, 10, 15, 17-18
New Testament Reading, Colossians 3: 12-17
Gospel, Matthew 5: 13-16
RITE OF MARRIAGE
Statement of Intentions
Exchange of Rings
Sarah & Liam’s Prayer
Prayer of the Faithful
LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
Prayer Over the Gifts
On our Wedding Day we share our happiness with those who live in our hearts.
We would like to thank each and every one of you for joining us in celebrating our marriage today. We are truly blessed to have you in our lives. You are an inspiration and example for us. May our marriage be filled with as much love, laughter and companionship as you’ve experienced in yours. We love you.