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Our Wedding Ceremony Programs on Oh So Beautiful Paper

By far the most time-consuming and labor intensive of the projects I did for our wedding were the little miniature books I made for our ceremony programs. As promised, you can check them out in all of their beauty (even if I do say so myself) over on Oh So Beautiful Paper today. Thanks, Nole! I’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have – just leave a comment here with your question and I’ll pull together a post about the program details if anyone is interested.

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{Photos by Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper.}

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The Little Details – II | Inspirations & Creations - Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Wedding Blog

Thursday 12th of August 2010

[...] programs were inspired by Cyd’s cute little booklet programs (I even had the same corner punch from when we did our save the dates! Hope that’s not too [...]

Krista

Friday 6th of November 2009

Can I just tell you AGAIN how much I love these programs? You saw my simple programs, which did the trick, but I am so wishing I had done what you did!

cyd

Saturday 7th of November 2009

Krista, I have to say - these programs were an insanely time-consuming project so don't beat yourself up too much. ;-) I loved the final product, but there were definitely moments I nearly threw in the towel.

Jess

Wednesday 4th of November 2009

Gorgeous programs I have been err-ing on whether or not I will have programs. This is great. THe font is absolutely beautiful

Kia Gregory

Wednesday 4th of November 2009

Love the inside of the programs! That blue and white with the kraft is very striking!

kristin

Wednesday 4th of November 2009

hi, those programs are lovely! i'm curious about how you did the scalloped punch-out edges. thx!

cyd

Wednesday 4th of November 2009

Hey Kristin, I used the Fiskar's squeeze punch Something Old Something New for the corner detail. http://www.amazon.com/Fiskars-FCSP-7329-4-Inch-Corner-Squeeze/dp/B0018BYEWK I had to individually punch each corner of each page, but it was worth it - I also used the punch on our save the dates and other paper pieces so they all tied together nicely.

Thanks, Kia! I had a lot of fun playing with pattern, color and texture.