Orders of Service
We can produce a high quality order of service to let your guests know the hymns and the running order of events on the big day, and if you're having a civil ceremony you may want to consider an order of the day to notify your guests when each part of the celebration takes place, for example the exchange of vows, the speeches, the reception and this also gives you an opportunity to thank bridesmaids/ushers for their involvement in your wedding.
Your order of service may be any size you wish, but for a standard church service an A5 folded or folded and inserted design is often best to allow space for the words to hymns and readings.
We have produced a 'Bride's Guide' containing details of hymns, music and readings you may want to consider for the service, as well as advice about the wording of the invitations. If you wish to recieve a copy, please send a first class stamp and cheque/postal order for £1 to:
Ottery Press Ltd. Ottery, Nr. Chipshop, Tavistock, Devon. PL19 8NR
This example has an organza ribbon around the spine
and a transparent overlay to tie in
with the couple's wedding invitations.
This order of service is on a sheet of board folded.
This solution is often best when there is not so much
text to be included or where there is a tighter budget.
Here are a couple of examples of how an order of the day
can be done. The design on the right actually contains
an original poem by the bride detailing the events of the day.
Scrolls make lovely orders of service and can be
tied with a ribbon to complement the other stationery.
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