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Wedding Programs You Can DIY or Customize: Wedding Week!

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In recent years, we’ve been seeing super-creative wedding ceremony programs popping up to suit a whole range of themes. In fact, we had a post on some fun alternative program ideas a while back. Well, this past week, we found 5 more—but this time, with a DIY or customizable angle! Take a look and see which of these wedding program finds you can craft yourself.

Cool and Crafty Wedding Programs

Wedding Programs You Can DIY or Customize From Templates You Can Download to Newspaper Style!

1 – Wolfpack Program in Word – Graciously shared by a real bride via Wedding Wire, here’s one program option that you can truly personalize. Simply download the template, modify the bridal party and ceremony details, and print!

2 – Custom Flat Paper Bag Programs – So cute for a circus/carnival-themed wedding or one with a nostalgic retro motif. These are fully customizable from etsy shop Anna Lou Avenue, then guests may use them to fill up with candy treats or other goodies at the reception. Or what about to hold confetti or loose petals for the wedding toss?

3 – Classic Black and White Wedding Program – Who says DIY can’t be elegant, too? Just look at this program template from E.M. Papers. Very classy—yet as easy as download-customize-print-fold!

4 – Newspaper Wedding Programs – How cool is this idea! Guests get to “read all about it”—from the ceremony service and bridal party, to personal tidbits about the couple to the reception festivities. Again, just download the newspaper template, type in your details, and bring to a printing service that can output this large size! Found via Martha Stewart Weddings (image: Yun Hee Kim).

5 – Rustic Wedding Fan Program – Now here’s something practical and pretty: programs that double as hand fans. Great for an outdoor wedding or one with a rustic barn or country theme. See the simple steps and tips shared by Renae Stamps, and you can make your own!

No more ho-hum wedding programs with DIY ideas like these! Till our next Wedding Week roundup, happy wedding planning!