Make Your Own Metallic Wedding Program

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Our Metallic Paper Program Kits look great, are easy to print and easy to assemble. Watch our video and learn how to make these programs at home.

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Each program kit features:

  • 8.5 x 11 text weight program covers with a metallic finish
  • 8.5 x 11 translucent parchment insert sheets

Print the Programs Using A Laser Printer

To print the program covers and insert sheets, we recommend using a laser printer as opposed to an inkjet printer because laser printers use dry toner where inkjets use wet ink. Due to the surfaces of these papers, the wet ink of an inkjet does not adhere very well. In most cases, the results from a laser printer will give you much sharper text.

To get you started, there is a downloadable print template right on the product page:

download program print template

The printing template ZIP file includes Microsoft Word templates for both the program cover and the insert sheet.

wedding program Word template

Replace the sample wording with your custom details. Be creative with your choice of fonts and any additional graphics you might bring in.

Assemble the Programs

Once your covers and insert sheets are printed, you can fold them in half by lining up the edges. They aren’t pre-scored, but because they are so light and malleable, they are easy to fold.

folding program cover by hand

Place the insert sheet inside of the cover and that’s it! Your programs are ready to be handed out to your guests.

finished metallic wedding program

Embellish the Programs

You can embellish with a satin or chiffon ribbon. Ribbons are not only great decoration, but they also hold the insert sheet in very well:

program ribbon to secure insert sheet

Or you can tie a ribbon it around the center of the program, just for decoration. We carry a variety of colors of chiffon and satin ribbon.

If you have any questions, post a comment. We’d love to hear from you.

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