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To make these program covers, type in your wedding date, print on letter-size paper or card stock, fold in half, and bind with rayon cords.
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"What Tree Did You Fall From?" is a Celtic version of astrology, and the perfect distraction for those awaiting the Wedding March. Download the personality list to help complete your programs.
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Download the editable template to create your own menu and just fill it in with the courses you plan to serve at your reception.
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You have a choice of two template border styles for these table numbers. One with a regular looping scallop, and one with more freeform loops. For each design, we have also included one template with no number, in case you need to add your own number or other text.
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Wrap up wedding party and family thank-you gifts with a birthdays calendar for both the bride and groom's families.
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Calendar Save the Date
Download our calendar save-the-date template and change the date to match your wedding month.
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Open this card, and the details (literally) come spilling out. Download our envelope liner for an extra touch.
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Old-Fashioned Post Card Graphic
Photo postcards allow you to share your wedding day memories -- and are simple to create. To get the old-fashioned red postcard graphic stamp on the back of the card, download our template and have a stamp made at an office-supplies store.
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How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.