Wedding place cards are one of the often overlooked wedding stationary items that are just as vital as wedding menus or programs. Remember that complicated seating chart that you and your fiancé pored over for hours? Your place cards or escort cards
, will be used to tell people where to sit according to that chart, careful seat planning can save time and headaches by creating stimulating conversation and avoiding family feuds. There are a lot of great ways to display your wedding place cards at your wedding for easy access and to avoid mix-ups. A corkboard with the place cards pinned on it for your guests to find and take to their own seat works well, just be sure to include table numbers or table names on the cards. You can also place the cards at the tables and guests can mill around and find their own names, with this method you can use the cards alone or pin a flower to them, place them with a wedding favor or even pin them into an apple or other hardy fruit for an earthy chic look. Be sure to order your wedding place cards in a color that matches or compliments your other wedding stationary, especially your menu and programs.
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Customer reviews of our Wedding Place Cards & Reception Place Cards
December 28, 2012Perfect!
"We absolutely loved this place card. We had an Arizona Theme Bridal Shower for my future daughter-in-law in PA and their wedding will be in AZ next March. We customized the verbiage and card design too. She loved the place card so much she wants them for their wedding day place cards! And I will be doing them all in "handwritten" calligraphy! Such an honor. The salesperson was amazing too and since so much time has passed, her name escapes me but she lived in Tempe and was so helpful."
February 26, 2011Simple, yet elegant!
"These were great quality and just what we were looking for! Something a little modern with a little color, but not "too much". These place cards and invitations got many compliments! We used them for our winter wedding, and didn't want the traditional "snowflake". Contemporary twist."