Post # 1
So I’ve been pretty proud of myself getting most things completely done or mostly done by the beginning of October, but there is one detail I’ve put off: escort cards. I procrastinated with the excuse that we needed to see who all was coming first, but now I really need to get moving.
I really don’t want to do tent cards, but I will if I cannot come up with anything else.
Here are the elements:
I need to have names and table assignments
I would like to attach a plastic spider ring to each
And I would like to use a paper card with name and assignment on front and photo web site information on the back.
The problem is I don’t know how to display flat cards with spider rings attached to them… Tent cards would stand on their own, but what do I do about the flat cards with a 3D element attached?
Post # 3
We put ours on a cork board, I thought it would be easier b/c then I could arrange them in order ahead of time and just drive them down and plop them up. It worked out really nice. And they seem like something that you could easily do by changing the shape (Maybe get a circle punch instead of the heart or pumpkin if you’re going for a Halloween theme) and put the spider rings in place of the flowers.
Post # 4
Could you just punch a hole in business cards (with photo info on back and name/table on front), tie the spider rings to the cards with yarn/ribbon, and then lay the cards flat on the table? It would be simple, but easy and cute which at this point is probably worth something 🙂
Post # 6
If you don’t want them pinned to a corkboard or flat on a table, you could get minature pumpkins WITH some stem still attached, split the stem vertically and slide the escort cards in the slit.
scroll down to the last entry-Fall Themed Escort Cards(sorry-can’t post pics at work)
Post # 7
clothspins if its an outdoor wedding?
arranged in vases??
hung from from something?
attached to favors?
Post # 8
Not sure how big on the halloween/fall theme you’re going, but thought with the spider rings that you might be going that direction. If so, what about a variation on the clothespin line and instead making a cobweb that you use small clothespins to attache the rings and cards to? Good luck!