Another DIY adventure. Not all DW (destination wedding) brides have programs. Ceremonies tend to be shorter， you have already spent a couple days with everyone， and there does not seem to be much of a purpose really. But early in the planning， I saw and loved petal program fans， and decided to make my own DIY Fan Wedding Programs. Yes， they do include a run-down of the small bridal party， and an order of events (which I guessed atgifts for grandma， considering we will not be meeting with the pastor at the resort to discuss the ceremony until we arrive)， but it also includes a couple quotations， including an excerpt from the passage my sister will (hopefully!) be reading at the ceremony (1 Corinthians 13)， a “；thank you”；， and an “；In Memory”； note of my grandfather， who passed away last summer. (I will also be using a picture from my grandparents wedding as a bouquet charm –； my final DIY actually!. They were married 66 years before he passed away， and their 67th anniversary would have been 2 days after we say our I Do's. If that is not a successful marriage， I am not sure what is.)
ANYWAY…；retro cushion covers
I love mementos like programs， so if nothing else， I thought it would be something that I could keep for myself. It will also give the few of our guests not in our immediate families (and therefore not walking down the aisle at a specific time) something to look at while they wait (hopefully not long!) And if I could get it to serve double duty by helping keep off some of that July Dominican heat， all the better!
I printed these off my home printer， on the same cardstock I used for our message-in-a-bottle invitations. I actually could have used a thicker cardstock， I am thinking. Maybe I will glue a backing to them still. But probably not.
Anyway， I simple designed them in Word， printed them， cut them， whole punched the bottom， and tied a ribbon through the punch to keep the petals together. The pictures show the coral looking more orange than it does in real life， I promise!
I love them! Of course， I will also have programs for our Alberta reception， but that is a different story.
What about you？ Are you having programs for your wedding？ Or do you think they are one more cost， somewhat an unnecessary one？
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Hi there! This is a tutorial for medium advanced sewers (you should be able to use the basic functions of a sewing machine) to make what I like to call “The Forget-me-not Phone Wallet.” As you can see in the pictures, the wallet is predominantly a phone case at the front, but it also unfolds to make a wallet. I don’t know about you, but I personally forget everything I could possibly need when I leave the house because I have everything scattered in different pockets. The only thing that I always have with me is my phone. To solve this problem, I decided to make a phone case that I can also carry other essentials in, for example: keys, money, public transport tickets, and credit cards.This phone case has really helped me to organise my life, and I hope that it helps some of you :)
Today I will show you how to make 3 Different Style Pillowcases