Use your wedding program to express your gratitude to guests, friends, and good old Mom and Dad.
Wedding Wording Ideas
Wedding announcement, wedding invitations, rehearsal dinner invitations, programs, thank-you notes... getting married involves a dizzying amount of writing. Combine that with the fact that everything has to be "just so" for that perfect day, and you have a recipe for a lot of stress. Etiquette can be a bitch!
The good news is, you don't have to remain in the dark about what wording to use. For every document related to weddings, there are countless examples out there to draw upon for your own wording.
Just be sure to include something of your own personality in there somewhere. That's what your friends and family want to see, more than a rigid adherence to tradition.
If you're stumped on a piece of wording, check out the articles below. They contain general advice along with detailed samples to inspire you.
Remembering lost loved ones on the Big Day. Here are some wording tips for the wedding ceremony program.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…
Skip the ceremony, come for the food. What to say on a “wedding reception-only” invite.