Post # 1
I haven’t decided what I’m doing for my escort cards yet. Originally I wanted to use skeleton keys, but that’s going to be too expensive.
Any ideas on escort cards besides the standard tented card with name? Looking for something different but budget friendly. What did you do? And do you have pictures?
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Post # 4
I layered two poster sized engagement pictures onto foamcore board and then cut them into rectangles. I wrote our names on the spaces in between and had place cards on the back. We then put it up on an easel and our guests plucked they’re cards off of the top layer. I had stuck them with semi-adhesive glue dots.
Post # 5
@mwitter80: That is so cool! I love that!
Post # 6
@Mz Izzie: Ohhh, I saw some of these on Pinterest…going to look at the others. Thank you!
Post # 7
we are putting our escort cards on trays of coffee beans. I don’t have a pic, I’m sorry!
Post # 8
Tell us something about your wedding. Colors? theme? etc
Post # 9
We did a seating chart. I borrowed the sign holder from my mom (she already had if for her business) and had the poster printed at uprinting.com (they could get it to me in two days).
Post # 10
We’re using regular tent cards in ivory card stock, but embellishing them with little autumn leaves we found at Michael’s. Then they’re going on a table on a bed of moss from the florist. We’re also probably going to pop a pumpkin on the table.
Post # 11
WE ARE USING THIS:
AND PINNING WITH THUMBTACKS (i bedazzled the thumb tacks with purple beads too) kinda arranged like this
Post # 12
My husband built wood boxes and I filled them with foam and moss. I bought birch branches and hot glued escort cards onto the branch and stuck it in the moss. I then painted little bird houses on sticks and placed a few in the boxes. The first pic is at my house. The 2nd pic is at the wedding and my florist added little flowers to the moss, but unfortunately the pics I have is from before the florist decorated them, but you still get the idea!