On the lighter side…

Posted on May 3, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Mr. Cheese and I took a break from the heavy stuff to peruse the web for program ideas.  Turns out he has champagne tastes in paper (I had to say, “No custom laser cutting for us, honey”) but we did come across a fun idea – a “get to know us better” crossword puzzle!

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I used Eclipse Crossword to generate a custom crossword with little fun facts about us.  After debating whether to deal with printing on newsprint, I discovered that cheap 4×6 notecards from the dollar store have the same texture.  Voila!

We’ll either set these babies on the ceremony seats to keep people occupied while waiting for us to get our sh*t together start the ceremony, or put one at each dinner setting to spruce things up and act as icebreakers.  Neat!

What do you think – ceremony or reception?

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LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea and in fact, stole it for myself. I used armoredpenguin.com to print mine on 8 1/2 x 11 paper.
I am putting these on the table at the reception.

[…] we’re on the subject of paper goods, let’s take a moment to remember the crossword puzzles.  After debating what to do with them, we solved the problem by completely forgetting about […]


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