I am not a canadian bride, yet Janet can I have this (borrow, copy, steal, whatever) email firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally Posted by Janet1480
I couldnt upload the final file to bdw because its WAY too big of a file! so i cropped up the pics i had taken. Some of them arent clear so i will list the text for you I print 2 up on an 8.5 x 11 sheet and i print with crop marks so its easier to cut and i can make sure they are all the same size, then i cut! there are 10 pieces total including the front and back cover so its 5 printed sheets total per program. I use a heavier weight cover stock paper as well. then i hole punch (the hoel is also printed so i punch the same spot everytime lol) and then i assemble with the chicago screw.
if you have any other questions i'd be glad to help
page 5 is a letter to our guests and wedding party...it says:
To our guests; we canâ€™t thank you enough for being here to share in one of the most important days in our life. This experience wouldnâ€™t be the same without your presence and support. It means so much that you have travelled so far to share in these moments with us. We canâ€™t express our gratitude enough!
A special thank you to our wedding party; you have showed us so much love and support and our wedding experience has been wonderful because of each and every one of you. Your support and love will never be forgotten and we know we have lifetime friends in all of you. We love you all!
Page 6 a note to our parents...its says:
To our parents; there are no words to express our love and thanks. We are here today because of you. You taught us to love and respect and the morals it takes to build a solid foundation in a relationship which will lead to a lifetime of love in our marriage. For that, we canâ€™t thank you enough. We love you with all our hearts.
page 7 an explanation about the sand ceremony...it says:
Each container represents the separate journeys we once were on. They also represent our own sets of friends and families; that until today were apart from each other.
When we will blend the sand together, it represents all our lives joined as one. Our once solitary journeys have become one of companionship, as they set forth on a single path together into our future. Our friends and family are as one as well. We will now share those who are a part of our lives as we walk hand-in-hand along the path of our marriage.