Classic Wedding Ceremony Programs
This couple's letterpressed programs had minimal text to emphasize the most important moments of the day.
Tied with a Bow
These simple multipage programs were bound at the top with green ribbon.
Booklets decorated with strips of textured paper sewn to the binding echoed the invitation suite of this real wedding.
Rustic Feathered Program
This program, made of wood veneer and accented with a quail feather, fits in with an outdoor, avian wedding theme.
Quirky kraft paper-covered program booklets are adorned with lighthearted words associated with a happy marriage.
Blind-hit letterpressing, where imprints are made in the paper but no ink is used, is a fun twist on a classic design.
These white program covers are decorated with custom blue rubber stamps.
Hand-stitched programs with a rubber-stamp design have a warm and cozy feel for an outdoor evening wedding.
Bold Patterned Program
The neon star motif on these programs is a bold twist on classic string-bound programs.
Classic White Program
Add a rustic touch to a simple stack of programs by placing them in birchwood boxes stuffed with moss.
Mini programs (the old typewriter's imprint was scanned and reproduced) tuck easily into a purse or pocket as a souvenir.
Inscribing guests' names in opaque white ink shows up beautifully on the colored paper.
This crafty bride photocopied, scanned, and created collages of a few images from a book of vintage floral illustrations.
Slim down your programs so they can be tucked under guests' seat cushions prior to the ceremony.
Wide moire taffeta ribbon becomes a beautiful jacket for a wedding program. A narrow brown ribbon holds the finished booklet closed.
Graphics from this couple's New York City wedding invitation followed through to their programs.
A band of bright orange pattern makes the text of this ceremony program pop.
Simple DIY Program
Print this program in one of three shades using our template.
A folded program, tied with royal blue ribbon, sported the same designs as the this real wedding's aisle runner.
Tree Design Program
Branch out beyond typical wedding programs by adding a touch of whimsy like this Celtic astrology game.
Letterpress Trifold Program
This simple folded program features letterpress text on textured paper.
This ceremony servie is outlined on a simple card with a decorative border.
A simple monogram makes for a sleek ceremony program, and can be incorporated throughout other paper details of the wedding.
Calligraphed pages are bound at the top with bookbinding twine and backed by a thicker card stock.
To keep a clean and concise look, consider using the back of your program. Guests found a special quote when they flipped these over.
For a destination wedding, programs can be used to inform guests of cultural differences. These programs elegantly explain meanings of Hawaiian wedding traditions.
Silk cover tied with ribbon dresses up a standard ceremony program.
Letterpressed programs by Starshaped Press almost read like a movie poster, listing attendants as stars of the show.
For an outdoor wedding, embellish ceremony programs with butterfly and bird cutouts.
Programs from an Oregon wedding are festooned with cedar twigs and bound by brown taffeta ribbon.