Post # 1
I don’t have time to order escort cards and i’m trying to find a quick fix to my home printer nightmare last night with some cards I got at Michaels.
Does anyone have any quick ideas for escort cards or a seating chart?
Post # 3
I’ve gotten escort cards at weddings that were purchased at a store like Michaels I guess and just had my name written on the card by someone who had nice handwriting.
Post # 4
Hey date twin! I have assigned seating and here’s what I’m doing: I ordered a bunch of manilla shipping tags from Stampdiva.com (they were very inexpensive. Here’s the link if you’re interested:http://www.stampdiva.com/carentag.html. They came in like, three days max since they were in stock.)
And I’m asking my Mom, who has awesome handwriting, to write my guests names on them. Then I’m going to put a little stamp of some sort on them and tie them to the stem of an apple.
I’m also including a seating chart since the apples are too big to fit on one table. I still haven’t exactly figured that out yet, but I think I’m going to go to Fed Ex Kinko’s or Staples for that. However, I may just get a large piece of cardstock and ask my Mom to write the names there, too.
Post # 5
I think getting tags or cards from a craft store and just writing names on them is fine! Just make sure that whoever does the cards writes all of the names so that they match.
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Post # 7
I had some leftover cardstock from my programs and cut it into quarters then folded each quarter.
I typed out all of the names and had them printed on this pretty pearl cardstock at Staples.
I cut out each name and glued them to the blue tent cards that I made – I’m actually happier with these then I was with the originals!
Thanks for the suggestions though!