Aug 17 2011

Wedding programs

OK…last day of my Wedding projects.  Well maybe…I have some favors that didn't make the cut.  I may pull those out later and show them off.  I still think they were cute!


This is the last thing that I did…the programs.  I set them up thru Publisher in a tri-fold program…no stamping on them.  The ribbons around the bundles are just holding them in place until we got to the church.  I told you I used one of the centerpiece flowers from the Rehearsal Dinner in a different way!  I added the ribbon thru the weaves of my Longaberger Basket, then tied on White Bakers Twine around the back of the brad, pulled it thru the basket and tied it off.  I think it really helped to decorate the front of the basket!



Here is another closeup of the flower.  I still have a couple of these left!  You can get a flower FREE with a $40 online or email order.  I'll include a step-by-step photo tutorial on how I made my flowers, too!  Offer good while supplies last!  EMAIL ME today or ORDER ONLINE NOW!



Here is what the inside of the program looked like…I was able to use their monogram again on the inside flap!  The rest included the wedding party, the wedding program and the thank you page.  We printed off 220 of these on White Cardstock, then scored them into the tri-fold!



And, here is one last look of the flowers from the Reception.  I took home several bundles and they STILL look great!  I've been enjoying them for 10 days now!



I hope you've enjoyed my walk thru the wedding!  I'll be back to normal blogging tomorrow with the Create with Connie and Mary challenge!  Thanks for all your nice comments!  I've enjoyed hearing what you think!

10 People have left comments on this post

Aug 17, 2011 - 08:08:42
Patricia Gessner said:

Connie, I have so enjoyed seeing all that you made for the wedding!  Am wondering if you ever sleep having done all that.  What a lucky couple to have you.

Aug 17, 2011 - 08:08:27
mindy gray said:

I so have enjoyed walking through the wedding with you!! You did some amazing things for them. I know that the both loved everything you did for them.
Thanks for sharing with us,

Aug 17, 2011 - 10:08:08
Nancy Seed said:

I have really enjoyed your wedding projects.  Only one thing missing.  i don't think I have seen any wedding pictures (unless I was too impressed with your creations to notice).  It would be great to see one or two of your favourite pictures of this lovely couple.

Aug 17, 2011 - 12:08:48
Sue said:

just a quick note to let you know what a great job you did… I did my sons wedding 15 years ago and I know all the work. Everything you did was just beautiful

Aug 17, 2011 - 01:08:40
Carol Carriveau said:

Wow, Connie – this has been fun seeing all that you did for your son and daughter-in-law's wedding (shower, etc.).  A lot of love, time and effort and they are all so fabulous!   And the hydrangeas….amazing!!!   Time for you to rest after all of that!

Aug 17, 2011 - 08:08:31
Amy Ettelson said:

I have truly enjoyed this journey of wedding crafting with you.  Everything was so fresh and lovely.

Aug 17, 2011 - 08:08:04
Carol Jean Hertkorn said:

Wow, Connie, what a fantastic job! I can't even imagine doing half of it.
What a special gift.

Aug 17, 2011 - 10:08:48
Deeta said:

Connie – have enjoyed seeing all the wonderful things you made for the wedding.  You certainly did a great job on each item.  Do you mind sharing which punch you used for the flower on the favor box?  Thanks

Aug 20, 2011 - 06:08:51

I really enjoyed all the wedding shares.  I am planning a wedding for my son next August and your shares have given me great ideas.  Your work is awesome.

Sep 5, 2011 - 11:09:01
Linda Duensing said:

Connie – I have really enjoyed all the wedding shares that you have posted.  They made a beautiful bride and groom.  I love all of the colors that you used and I know you must be exhausted.  The flower that you used on the basket and in the table bowls is beautiful.  Would love to know how you made it.  Thanks for all the shares.
Linda D.