5 Unique Wedding Printables

May 19, 2013

You know you need invitations cards to announce your wedding and invite your guests, wedding programs to commemorate your wedding, and thank-you cards to express gratitude for your supporters. Those are staple wedding printables; however, you can make your day extra-special by printing the following five unique wedding printables that will help you celebrate your wedding day with style and class.

1.  Table tents

Print table tents to place on reception hall tables. Your table tents could feature your story and photos, or they could double as mini-programs. Wedding table tents can also serve as menus or fun trivia cards that have questions pertaining to your relationship.

2.  Wedding stickers

Stickers are great for passing out at wedding receptions. They give kids something fun to do; and if you have a bit of fun with your sticker design, even the adults will join in. You can also use stickers to elegantly seal your wedding invitation envelopes.

3.  Booklets

Instead of a simple wedding program flyer or brochure, why not print a booklet that tells the story of the bride and groom in full? You can include tons of great photos taken throughout your dating and engagement life, background on the wedding party and family members, and even some fun wedding trivia or games for the kids.

4.  Wedding calendars

Go for the gusto by giving guests wedding calendars, which can feature a different photo of the bride and groom, wedding party and family members each month for the next year. You can also highlight special dates, such as your anniversary, engagement date and important family birthdays.

5.  CD/DVD Sleeves

Print special commemorative CD/DVD sleeves or jewel case inserts to place your wedding videos and photos in, then hand out to participants after your special wedding day. If you’re looking for fun and unique ways to make your wedding day extra special, these five wedding printables will go a long way toward helping you create a day to remember forever.

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Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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