- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2011
#1: No, I do not have a template for this. Sorry, you’ll have to build from somewhere like this: http://www.lcipaper.com/blog/make-a-layered-wedding-program.html (for example)
These were from the second reception we had, on the other side of the country. It was a served lunch.
These are made using a LOT of trial and error in Word. The white is half a letter sized piece of paper. The backing is half of a 12×12 sheet of scrapbooking paper. The top is a another strip of scrapbooking paper.
The pages were printed on high quality regular white paper, then cut out on the paper cutter at work… which took an ETERNITY and made my back very sore from leaning over! At home I assembled them all, glued the pages together with a quick strip of glue, including on the blue piece. Next I ran two lines of white stitching across the tops, which made them match my invites and also helped hold them together.
My cousin took this picture.
The tabs also had some light background swirly image thingies on them.
The tabs were: Welcome (quote/verse and short thanks for joining us); drinking (names of the wines and stuff being served); nibbling (appys); eating (meal); program; queries (questions used in a game we played); thanks (for coming, photographer, taxi phone number); people (list of everyone involved, plus our home address and stuff).
The font used on the tabs is called Harrington.