You are looked with the demise of a friend or family member. All the feeling of the misfortune can cloud your considerations or overpower you as to all you have to do to design this celebration of life ceremony.
It is best to choose what sort of spending you need to work with. This will be a deciding factor in your choices on what you will incorporate. At that point, you might need to begin making an agenda of things you need to incorporate into your festivity. With the date set, the time has come to make your agenda. What are a few things you need to put on your agenda?
This program features an 8 1/2″ x 11″ graduated (or step) fold layout, and has a features a non-traditional pale pink, lavender and white roses background. The single fold graduated (or step) program is a great layout for adding more visual interest to your program, but still keeping it simple and easy to make. This program also features an oval autoshape to display the cover photo. The caption or title is “Celebration of LIfe”. The first letter of the caption is slightly bigger to give it more visual interest. It also has the birth and death date, as well as service information.
The back panel has the poem “Four Candles” and an acknowledgement or thank you note from the family to family, friends and guests. You can put any poem or memorial quote and reading on the back to make your program unique to your loved one.