When you’re picking out wedding programs, you may not have considered why rolled wedding programs are more useful and sometimes even easier than traditional booklet programs or fan wedding programs. In this post, you’ll find out seven surprising reasons why rolled wedding programs are more useful than other wedding programs of its kind. Plus, take a look at one of the prettiest rolled wedding programs we’ve seen yet in brilliant blue watercolor by Paper Street Press. Enjoy!
Rolled Programs for Your Wedding
We’ve seen plenty of wedding programs come and go, but rolled wedding programs are a style that stick around.
Roll Up Wedding Programs
1. They’re short + sweet.
A roll up wedding program is one page in length (front-and-back), which means it gets straight to the point. Everything fits all on one sheet.
2. They offer a pop of color.
These rolled wedding programs (by Paper Street Press) are printed on two-sides. This allows for a bright burst of color to show, even when the programs are all rolled up.
3. They’re easier to display.
Since rolled up wedding programs roll up to a nice small size, you can place them upward in a basket and it won’t take up much room at all.
4. Guests won’t miss them.
As mentioned with the pop of color, these are so striking that guests won’t be able to walk past without grabbing one.
6. They’re lightweight.
It’s one less heavy thing that needs to be transported to the ceremony!
7. They stay put.
Unlike wedding program booklets, rolled wedding programs have a piece of ribbon or twine attached so they won’t be flapping in the wind.
5. They’re usually less expensive.
Since they’re printed on one sheet and tied with baker’s twine, they require less materials to be made. Sometimes this means less money paid by you, which means you can stretch that wedding budget even further.
Rolled wedding programs are in right now, soaring past wedding fans and wedding booklets, which have been in the forefront in wedding program styles for the past few years. Brides are going back to basics, with rolled up programs being one of the big trends we’re projecting for 2015.
So… will you be using rolled wedding programs? If not, what type of wedding programs are you using instead? Share your wedding details below!