Wedding Reception Program Samples will help you with the proper way to word your Programs for your wedding guests.
Although, they are fairly easy to find, the wording for them might be something that you need help with. So, let's see if I can help you with some wedding reception program samples.
Wedding Reception Program Samples - Ceremony Programs
Although these are usually offered at the entrance to your ceremony venue so that your wedding guests will know who is in the wedding party and what might be happening during the ceremony, you can also offer them at the wedding reception for the same reason.
If you should choose to use Ceremony Programs, be sure that they also reflect the style of your wedding.
In fact, many companies also offer ceremony programs to match your wedding invitations. You can repeat the design, font, and style of your chosen wedding invitations.
Your program should include the name of the bride and groom, a list of names of those involved with the processional (this could include the name of the officiant, grandparents, parents, maid of honor, best man, the bridesmaids and groomsmen, junior bridesmaids, flower girls and ring bearer) and the music accompanying them.
You could also include the order of the ceremony events, the recessional music, and perhaps a little thank you note from the bride and groom.
If you are having your wedding ceremony or reception at a very unique venue, then you might want to also include a little history and information about the site for your guests to read.
Wedding Reception Program Samples - Menu Cards
Menu Cards are often on the tables for your wedding guests to peruse so that they will know the luscious meal that they are about to experience.
You can choose to place one between two guests or you can even provide one at each setting for each guest and then print each guests name at the top of the menu.
That way the menu card will serve a double purpose as a place card as well!
Again, the menu card should reflect the style of the wedding and is probably offered through the same company through which you purchased your wedding invitations from as well.
On each menu card, you should include the names of the bride and groom, the date of the wedding, the reception venue followed by a description and choices of the entrée (should you be offering choices). You could even offer a mouth-watering description of each course.
Ask the venue or your caterer for help with the description as they will have the experience of having done so in the past.
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