The Marriage Ceremony Uniting
Rachel Dawn Guest
Michael Dean Williams
Saturday, the first of December
Two thousand and eight
Two o'clock in the afternoon
The Manor House
St. Augustine, Florida
Next, you will list the details of your ceremony. I always recommend that you consult your officiant to help you with this part. There are so many different services and each officiant puts their own style into the service. Also, different religions have different basic ceremony outlines. I will blog on the different types of services separately.
Following the ceremony, you will list the family and wedding party. Make sure to include parents, grandparents, maid and/or matron of honor, bridesmaids, best man, groomsmen, flower girl, ring bearer, ushers, musicians, officiant, wedding coordinator, guest book attendant, program attendant, and anyone else involved in your big day.
The rest of your wedding program can be used for additional information including:
- Reception information (when, where and directions if necessary)
- Special Thanks (a paragraph or two where you thank your guests for coming, your parents for everything, etc...)
- Poems or Verses that are special to you
- Dedications (something like this: "On this special day in our lives, we lovingly remember Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moore, Grandparents of the Bride").
- Funny facts about your wedding party and why each of them is special to you
- A story about how you two met, or your proposal story
- Intresting tid-bits about things you are using in the wedding (something like this: "the bride's veil was first worn in 1968 by her mother").
- Your "At Home" address (where you will be residing after the wedding)
If you decide that you would like to have someone else help you with your programs, please give us a call at 800-890-1145, or visit us online at www.wiregrassweddings.com.