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I purchased a kit to make my own programs at home. They don't give much guidance so I used a program of a friend who recently got married. It lists the Officiant, Parents of the Bride, Parents of the Groom, Bridesmaids & Groomsmen, Readers, Greeter and Musicians. I was wondering if I should also list my wedding director. She is a friend who is helping out. I hope the answer is "no" because I'm halfway through printing, but if I need to I can run them all through again and add her at the bottom. Thanks!

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The technical answer IS no...you dont HAVE to list her but, if she's a friend, helping you out, not charging...you might want to thank her in the program. What's a few sheets of paper compared to a friendship? [;)]
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Thank you for the quick reply. More info may be helpful:

* The spacing is perfect and this will look like an afterthought and added in at the last minute.

* I already have a $100 gift certificate to the Pottery Barn to give her as a gift for helping.

Would you still add her?

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In a perfect world I would add her.
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