Post # 1
How do your guests know that the 4 tier box you have bought is for cards???
Should i put a sign up??? Is there a little “saying” or Poem i could maybe put in a frame??
I guess i have never noticed a birdcage or card holder at a wedding before, so how do i let guests know we have one and most importantly you put cards into it
Post # 3
1st. if you have it on the gift table they’ll know.
I’ve also see a sign that just says “Cards” in nice writing.
Post # 4
With our guests and most people we know, there would have to be a sign that says “cards”. Just having it on the gift table would confuse them immensely as they would assume it was just another gift and wouldn’t know where to put the cards. That’s not to say that any of them are stupid, which they aren’t, just that it’s not something that anyone has actually seen. Also, all of the weddings that we have attended, there was just an open basket for cards and it was clear as day that was what it was for. Also, there was never any issue with anyone stealing them. Our social circles and families don’t give cash gifts for any reason so that isn’t a concern.
Post # 5
A small sign doesn’t will work. Our family always expects there to be one, so we wouldn’t need a sign. Plus, they’ll see the people in front of them but their envelopes in.
Post # 6
I don’t think I’ve ever noticed one either. A fancy “cards” sign should do the trick and having it near the guest book or a central location that everyone will see. My friend is loaning me her wrought iron type box that is basically see through so once there is the first card in there it should be self-explanatory.