Wedding Announcement

  • Wedding-info
  • Wedding-party
  • Finish

Pricing (we will contact you for billing information):
· 200 words with no picture - $45
· 200 words with one-column picture in black and white - $75 ($275 in color)
· 200 words with two-column picture in black and white - $125 ($325 in color)
· 450 words with two-column picture in black and white - $200 ($400 in color)
· 6-columns with three pictures, 450 words in black and white - $400 ($600 in color)

If you would like to write your own announcement, you may send it to announcements@dailytimes.com

Bride's Information
(high school and college)
(Please note if one or both parents are deceased or if parents should be listed at separate addresses)
(Please note if one or both parents are deceased or if parents should be listed at separate addresses)
Bridegroom Information

* This is where you will enter the bridegroom related information

(high school and college)
(Please note if one or both parents are deceased or if parents should be listed at separate addresses)
(Please note if one or both parents are deceased or if parents should be listed at separate addresses)
Wedding Information
(including name of church or facility and city)
(Rev., Brother, Father, etc.)
(name and relationship)

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