Some of you might remember my telegram ceremony programs. I made them using a telegram template, opened the file in Photoshop and typed in our program using a typewriter font printed onto yellow cardstock. I enclosed the programs in window envelopes and voila!

Western Union Telegram Template Wedding Programs

To download the telegram prop (and other vintage props), click here. You can also download free vintage fonts here.

photos by Jessica Johnston

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  • AmyG on January 29, 2011

    So you printed it on to the envelope after photoshopping it? Either way, brilliant! You did a spectacular job! Thanks for your help!
  • on January 29, 2011

    hi Amy, I used a dingbat font and tweaked the date in Photoshop. You can find dingbat fonts for stamps here: http://www.dafont.com/postage-stamps.font Hope this helps!
  • AmyG on January 28, 2011

    I absolutely love your programs!!! Where did you get the telegram stamp? Did you have the post office stamp it? Thanks!!!
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