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WEDDING CONVERSATION STARTER

Mad Libs — style scrolls are a blast for guests to fill out — and provide you with a keepsake to read at each anniversary (just ask a friend to collect them all at the end of the night, and then compile them into a guest book). To make them, download our template, roll each sheet around a mini pencil, tie it with cord, and place one atop every plate.

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WEDDING CONVERSATION STARTER

Fill-in-the-Blank Conversation Starter How-To

Tools and Supplies

8 1/2-by-11-inch paper in cream or white (2 games per sheet)
Computer and printer
Paper trimmer, or craft knife and metal ruler
Golf pencils

Basic How-To

1. Download our PDF file, and open it using Adobe Acrobat Reader (if you are using a Mac, use Reader instead of Apple’s Preview application). Most browsers already include this program, but if you have trouble downloading the file or would like to upgrade Acrobat Reader, you can obtain the latest version of the software for free from Adobe’s website.

2. Replace the placeholder text with your own (you only need to do this in one box; the form will automatically fill in the rest), and print the file.

3. Use the paper trimmer (or the craft knife and metal ruler) to cut the sheets of paper in half lengthwise.

4. Curl each paper around a golf pencil, and tie with cord.

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kreativegirl
7/13/11 at 8:51 p.m. ET

Hey, I did this for my wedding and I ordered them from KreativeCupcake on Etsy!!! She was great to work with and very helpful. http://www.etsy.com/listing/73627987/diy-printable-wedding-mad-libs-or You can print them yourself or have her print them for you!!

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