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Adele and Steve were married in March and they printed their order of service as a digital tabloid newspaper - The Daily Veil. The paper was even handed out before the ceremony by their very own flat-capped newsboy, Adele's nephew.
Adele and Steve have shared some photos from the day and written a bit about putting the paper together:
"When it came to choosing our order of service design we wanted something unique and that would set the tone for the wedding right from the start. I had a vision of all of our guests holding newspapers whilst singing in the church and I instantly knew it was the right way to go."
"The trickiest bit was the content and the design, we really wanted to create a newspaper feel but yet keep some of the church traditions that you come to expect at a wedding. (We also knew we had to keep the vicar happy otherwise our newspapers would be a waste!)"
"Once uploaded and sent to Newspaper Club they arrived in super speedy time and we absolutely loved them! So I whipped up a bag for my newspaper boy (nephew) and we were ready to go!"
"On the day itself our newspaper boy was on fine form playing his vital role and everyone loved them. They are great as a keepsake and we know that any wedding we go to in the future no one will outdo our lovely papers!"
Congratulations to Adele and Steve and thank you for printing such a special newspaper with us!
We've written about a few other lovely wedding papers on our blog.
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