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Handkerchiefs for "tears of joy" were attached to programs honoring the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Opera La Notte di Figaro" at this music-loving couple's wedding in Vienna.
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A handkerchief embroidered with this couple's initials was tucked into each ceremony pamphlet.
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This duo provided glittery jingle bells with their programs and guests rang their festive favors as the couple said "I do."
Ceremony proceedings at this real wedding were outlined on cheery yellow fans, with a thank-you note to guests written on the backs.
In keeping with a white-on-kraft scheme for the day-of stationery, this couple printed their service onto fans designed by Teal Typewriter -- pulling double duty by keeping guests both informed and cool.
To keep loved ones cool and in the know, a basket filled with peacock-flaunting fans as well as programs embellished with hand-dyed silk ribbons was placed at the ceremony’s entryway.
This program's fan design helped keep guests cool (and ward off bugs).
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These booklets were modeled after a kid’s activity pad with built-in pencil holders to keep guests occupied before the ceremony.
Program pages were wrapped around thin dowels with instructions for guests to wave and cheer at the conclusion of this real wedding ceremony.
Ceremony programs in a fun paddle shape feature a flirty pink print.
A custom cartoon of the couple appeared under the words "Zoe and John, Happily Ever After" on these ceremony fans.
A photocopied collage of inspiration, such as the ring this groom used to propose and a label noting the date, create a personal program.
This real wedding booklet included photos the couple at age 7, postage stamps from their home states, and a back page reminiscent of a yearbook's endpapers.
What appears to be a classic program on the outside becomes unique when you add a personal touch inside. This one housed a poem of how the lovebirds met, plus photos of the couple.
These wedding programs feature fun silhouettes of the couple and are printed on striped pink-and-orange paper.
This couple designed a quirky booklet-style program with illustrated pictures of the wedding party.
Give out handkerchiefs with your programs for "happy tears" during the ceremony.
A yearbook-style program gave a nod to the this couple's high-school relationship.
Classic black and white and calligraphy keep these program fans suitable for an elegant outdoor affair.
Trifolded programs contain mall glassine envelopes filled with heart-shaped rice to shower over the newlyweds.
Childhood photos of the bride and groom in hand-doodled frames graced the cover of these progams; inside were little envelopes of tissues.
Guests used these programs featuring illustrations of the couple to shade their faces from the sun.
The way these modern programs are arranged is what makes them unique.
To re-create, simply pick papers that span the colors of your palette, then keep them in a neat stack.
Featuring patterns of fabrics used throughout the wedding, these programs are held together with raffia.
Pages featuring messages to loved ones are fastened together with two vintage brads.
Shape wedding programs like luggage tags to match a destination wedding theme.
Wallpaper-like printed paper serves as a band to hold these rolled programs together.
Miniature programs, illustrated by a groom's young nephew, are tied to paper fans.
Quirky paper fans serve as both ceremony programs and table assignment cards.
Backed with floral paper, these ceremony programs double as fans for an airy outdoor wedding.
To beat the heat at a summer outdoor wedding, print program information on fans. These feature a country-style red-and-white design on the back.
Hand out your favors with your ceremony programs. For this real wedding, guests were given bags with a program and recipe book featuring, among others, the caterer's recipes.
Festive and practical program fans fit the bill for a summer wedding.
Add a unique touch to standard program pages by fastening them together with bamboo clips.
A classic program and woven fan sat on each chair at this real wedding ceremony.
Ceremony programs doubled as fans for this quaint wedding in the English country side.
Though it was only 72 degrees, the program on these illustrated fans helped to counter the sun's heat at this real wedding.
Ceremony programs wrapped with gold ribbon turn into elegant scrolls.
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