Weddings: Find your Seat

October 23, 2013 No comments »
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There are so many creative ways to welcome your guests into your reception while adding a fun touch to the seating process. Here are a few ideas, outside of traditional place cards, you could use for your big day!

Mason Jars: We’ve come to the conclusion that mason jars will never be leaving the design scene. Most trends only last for a short time, but these jars seem to be taking over all crafts, events and especially weddings. By using mason jars for your escort cards, they can double as glassware, a container for your candy bar or just a fun take home for your guests.

Food: We hope we are not the only ones, but we’re always in the mood for a little bit of sugar. What better way to welcome your guests in than giving them a yummy snack – like these gorgeous cake pops – upon entering into your reception?

Mints: Let’s face it…wedding food is known for being very tasty and that means lots of sauces and spices. Due to this wonderful reality, you could have a few individuals who may just need a little minty assistance. Mints as escort cards are the perfect way to make sure everyone is dance floor-ready after your delicious dinner.

Flowers: What an amazing way to allow your guests to be a part of your wedding! Keep the tables fairly simple, but give your guests the chance to decorate by placing their escort vases among the table.

Drinks: Your guests are going to be a tad bit parched after a 30 minute ceremony. Take care of your friends and family by placing their escort cards around the neck of a bottle of water, lemonade or maybe even some champagne!

–Special Events

–Did you use traditional place cards at your reception or something different?  Tell us about it in the comments field.


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