Multi-Purpose Programs Bride Alexis wrapped her ceremony programs around thin dowels; printed on the back of each were instructions for guests to cheer loudly and wave the program flags with "great gusto" at the conclusion of the ceremony.
If you're having a destination wedding or have plenty of guests coming to your wedding from out of town, an out-of-towner's welcome bag is a nice touch. Here are 5 things to include and some wedding welcome bag inspiration.
I love this idea. An envelope guest book. You just take a store-bought scrapbook/album and glue envelopes into it. Lay out colored pieces of paper for guests to jot notes down on, and then they can place them in the envelopes.
Fan Programs and Confetti To help wedding-goers keep cool during this outdoor wedding, Hello!Lucky printed programs on paddle fans; guests were also given vellum bags of Ecofetti to toss during the recessional.
Have a wedding Mad Lib guestbook filled with marriage advice from your friends and family. You can either set up a guestbook station for it or place one at each place setting then have guests drop the Mad Libs in a designated box or basket before leaving.
If you love the idea of walking out to a flurry of confetti, label a small vellum bag "Toss Me," and fill it up with the good stuff. You can tack either on to your programs with double-sided tape, glue dots, or by simple stitching.