Wedspiration Wednesday | Ceremony Programs You’ll Love.

Traditionally, ceremony programs are used to inform your guests how the day is going to go. This includes informing them of the timeline of events for the day, introducing the bridal party and even giving some shout outs to awesome vendors, loved ones, etc. Now a days, programs can double as a great way to add character, style and even a little bit of fun to the ceremony. From big beautiful mirrors, to paper fans, the options are endless on how to incorporate a program into your ceremony. Check out a few of our favorites from Pinterest below!

mirror

Here’s that mirror we mentioned. An intricate framed mirror with beautiful calligraphy can add elegance to your ceremony while informing your guests.

fanAre you having an outdoor Summer ceremony? Your guests will be thankful for their program that doubles as a fan!

tears

You’re sure to make some friends and family shed some tears during the ceremony. Make sure they’re prepared by adding tissue to your programs.

wood

This rustic wood piece is sure to catch your guests’ attention as they find their seats.

trivia

Adding some fun facts or trivia to your program is a great way to engage your guests during the ceremony.

fortune teller

Remember playing with these as a kid? Who says they can’t be made into beautiful ceremony programs?

barn door

A big barn door featuring your ceremony program is sure to add a wow factor to your ceremony!

flag

This cute flag program doubles as a fun way for your guests to send you off after the ceremony!

funny

You’re sure to put some smiles on your guests’ faces after they read a cheeky program like this one.

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