(Closed) Place Card Question

posted 5 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

@TaurianDoll:  I’m in Maryland too.  Have you tried stationary places? Greetings & Readings? Other stationary stores?  Paper stores?  I have not thought about seating cards yet so I can’t tell you where I got mine.

 

 

Post # 5
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7311 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

We used a calligrapher for ours. Have you thought about printing them yourself? An office supply store with printing (like Staples) may also work.

Post # 7
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3351 posts
Sugar bee

@TaurianDoll:  If you know the exact font you want, have you considered printing them yourself? Doing a simple mail merge in Microsoft word would make it quick and easy if you just import the info from a spreadsheet with all the table numbers and guest names.

Post # 9
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4803 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I just went to a craft or printing store, they sold basic ones like that where all you had to do was go to the website (which was listed with the instructions), download the template, insert the names, print and fold them. I didn’t even really count it as a DIY project because it was so basic, like pretty much impossible to screw up.

Post # 11
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3351 posts
Sugar bee

@TaurianDoll:  lol believe me, I’m not either! I do mail merges for work quite a bit, and there really isn’t much to them. If you already have a spreadsheet with the names and table numbers on them, then you’re already 75% of the way there! You just need to use the mail merge wizard to import the list and go through all the style stuff you want. I’m sure Kinkos could also do it if you put the list on a thumb drive and bring them the paper you want

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