Wedding Programs

Continuing on with the wedding planning and prep!

Every wedding needs a pretty program. This is the perfect place to show off your hand made papers! This one is  made using a sheet of white paper with glitter in it.

I designed the wedding program in Microsoft Publisher. I was even able to scan in the invitation and use the scroll details from that. Helpful hint - make sure that several people proof read the program before printing! The nice thing about this is you can also make the program any size you want from a single piece to a folded two pager.

There are two ways these can be printed. The first is to run the paper directly through the printer. Or, the second way, is to adhere the paper to a sheet of copy paper using a strip of tape runner. Because of the deckled edge of this piece, I used the second method. Another hint - if  there are smudges of black,  these can easily be erased by using a white eraser and very gentle rubbing.

I wanted to have a deckle edge which I achieved by using a paint brush to run a line of water. After it sat for a few seconds, I gently tore at the edge. I backed my program with a piece of cardstock  in the bride's color palette.

Isn't this pretty? You guests will be amazed at this hand made special keepsake!

Products used:
Medium Pour Handmold Contents
Medium Pour Hand Mold (Arnold Grummer's)
Start saving those envelopes from junk mail and bills and put them to good use!!

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  1. This is gorgeous, Jean! That program is a work of art!! Hugs, Darnell

  2. Printed so nicely on the handmade paper - love it!

  3. Such a unique special something for a wedding. Love it!

  4. What a wonderful keepsake this will be! Thanks for sharing it.
    Love and light,


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