Thursday, October 17, 2013

Wedding Guidebook for the Guests



It's time to start showing off all the bits and pieces I designed for Elaine and Steve's Wedding! Their wedding was September 28th, and thought I revealed some of the elements before their wedding (invitations, design process, save the dates, confetti bags, and favors,) I wanted to save some of the elements until after the big reveal on their wedding day. I'll be sharing these other elements with you every Thursday over the next month!

One of my favorite projects was the "Guest Guidebook." We wanted the guests to all feel like family, because thats how the Bride and Groom felt about them. To do that, we wrote a couple sentences about each person attending the wedding, arranged them by table, and included them in this book placed at each seat. Also in the guidebook was the dinner menu, a map of the room, a personal message from the bride and groom, a not remembering family members who had passed away, and information about the wedding after party! It was a big undertaking, but was such a hit, it gave guests a little insight to their table mates as well as something to read while waiting for the bridal party to make their grand entrance. I would recommend a "Guest Guidebook" to any couple planning their wedding!


2 comments:

  1. I would like to enquire about doing this. Could you please send me some details

    Nln@btinternet.com

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