ORDER OF THE DAY
About the product
The final day is here! Guide your guests through the big event in style.
The Order of the Day is usually referred to if you are having a civil wedding. The layout may take the form of a short timeline of events throughout the day with details of the civil ceremony where specially chosen vows, readings and music are included and possibly further personalising it by naming the full wedding party. Please ask us for some samples that display this information.
The content of the civil ceremony should be approved by the registrar beforehand (and before going to print) just as the vicar would approve the details of any religious service. Having the details of the service/ceremony printed for each guest/couple allows them to be fully involved in the proceedings and enables them to retain their copy for a memorable keepsake.
What you get
Comprising a folded card, featuring the sketch of your venue on the cover along with you and your partner’s names underneath together with the name of the venue and date/time of the marriage service. This then provides up to three pages of text which is generally enough for most services.
What is included on the Order of the Day?
We normally print the venue illustration on the front cover. Next is normally the civil ceremony details (one page), followed by an Order of the Day and the timings of the days events (one page).What is included on the Order of the Day?
To finish there could be details of the Wedding Party on the final page and your thank you to them. Alternatively some customers choose to include their menu on the final page.
We would be happy to send you various samples of the Order of Service.
The Order of the Day is printed on a double-sided folded A4 card (148mm by 210mm when folded).
This is printed on one of our five hand-selected cards in white, ivory and cream and in different finishes.
For the front cover titles there is a choice of eight typestyles to offer a blend of modern and contemporary with classic and traditional. These can be viewed here.
We normally print the details inside in an easy to read, stylish lower-case font in black print.