Budget Savvy Brides-to-Be Purchase Wedding Programs and Accessories Via Internet

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The Wedding Program Site Introduces New, Affordable Wedding Programs and “Keepsakes” for Brides

With summer just around the corner, brides-to-be are quickly planning the biggest day of their life—their wedding. May, June, July, August and September are among the most expensive months for weddings, and in a recession-era, brides-to-be are working hard to be more conscientious than ever about saving money for their big day. Carole Galassi, owner of the wedding program online superstore is announcing an expanded line of affordable wedding keepsakes.

“With the average wedding today costing around $20,000, and only 19 percent of brides-to-be hiring wedding planners, our wedding program online superstore is readily available 24-7 to help all future brides learn that they don’t have to cut wedding accessories from their budgets. They’re discovering that our wedding program superstore products are not only beautiful, but affordable,” said owner Carole Galassi.

“Since most brides-to-be have at least one DIY element, usually ceremony programs, favors, or escort cards, they’re excited to find out that we not only provide the products they need, but also that they can customize them and print them on their own home printer,” added Galassi.
“Recently, we have just introduced several new glossy hardcover guest books and wedding fan programs,” said Galassi.

“We’re also getting a lot of orders for our new wedding favors and graduated-style programs. Our beautiful, graduated-style programs offer a unique presentation. Brides love them because they contain lots of photos which makes it more than just a wedding program; It becomes a wedding keepsake,” she added.

"We hear a lot of positive feedback from our clients. Earlier today we heard from one who said, ‘I'm so happy to have found your site, there are a lot of websites out there that say they offer templates but in reality, the templates do not contain any imagery. Your site has it all, thank you for your contribution to brides everywhere!’ We really work hard to get make sure the brides are happy with our products," said Galassi.

All of Galassi’s wedding program designs are compatible with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher and Apple iWork Pages. “Our wedding program site is the only resource on the web to offer templates for all three applications,” added Galassi.

“All of our templates will match and coordinate with each different style. So the bride-to-be can put together her entire printed ensemble for a lot less than what it would cost to take it to a printer, or to buy the whole set elsewhere,” said Galassi.

“The Wedding Program Site is unique because our templates contain background images, whereas other online sites only offer the basic pre-printed, blank material forms that need to be printed by a professional printer. At our site, the bride has a choice of using our templates and customizing them herself and then printing it on her home printer, or having them printed locally,” said Galassi.

“We offer a full service operation at http://www.weddingprogramsite.com, meaning we can assist the customer with as little or as much as they want us to. From creating the artwork for the template, to printing…we can do it all,” she added.

“The Wedding Program Site offers a cost-saving, cost-effective solution, yet the bride gets a beautiful professional design as if she hired her own graphic designer,” added Galassi.

“With my extensive background in graphic design and web development and working for almost two decade in large corporations, I decided to start my own business in this industry. So, in 2008, I launched the Funeral Program Site (http://www.funeralprogram-site.com) and found the demands for my designs were growing!” Galassi said. “We had many inquiries from our customers who asked us to do program templates for weddings and that's what we did. Now anyone without any design experience can create a program with little to no effort," said Galassi.

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