Wedding program examples and templates can be found at the websites of magnetStreet and the Wedding Centre, two retailers specializing in wedding products. The magnetStreet website has a range of wedding program wording suggestions, organized by category. These include traditional, contemporary and casual styles.
The Wedding Centre has two different example layouts for the elements of a wedding ceremony on a program as well as three examples of pages listing the members of a wedding party.
Examples of less conventional wedding programs can be viewed at the website of Bridal Guide magazine. Images and descriptions cover a range of creative ideas designed to stand out and make an impression on wedding guests. Many of them have a specific theme. For example, for a travel-themed wedding, one suggestion is to create wedding programs that look like passports, bound at the spines with ribbons. Another suggestion is to add images of key guests to listings of the wedding party.
Bridal Guide also suggests creating wedding programs with a dual purpose. For example, wedding programs may be printed onto paper bags filled with confetti for guests to throw onto the bride and groom. Wedding programs could also be printed onto handheld paper fans, an idea particularly well-suited to summer weddings and ideal as a keepsake for guests.