Do We Need To Have Escort Cards?

We get this question from couples all the time! While you don’t have to have escort cards, it is always a good idea to assign your guests to a specific table. Can you imagine searching for a seat at a wedding where you don’t know many people? Talk about stressful! By assigning tables, you’ll save your guests from that stress, help everyone find a seat in a timely manner and make sure your rowdy college friends don’t accidentally sit with your conservative grandparents.

As an simple, decorative and budget-friendly alternative to escort cards, we love the idea of a seating chart! Names can be listed alphabetically or organized by table name, and the sign can be displayed on anything from an calligraphed chalkboard to a simple frame. Then, guests can either choose their own spot at the table, or each seat can have place card (which comes in handy if you need to tell the caterer which dish each guest ordered). Check out some of our favorite seating chart displays, below!

A Simple Alphabetical Chalkboard Chart

From the album: A Saddle Rock Ranch Wedding in Malibu, California

A Calligraphed Scroll of Craft Paper

From the album: Danielle & Nick’s Cedarwood Wedding

A Yarn Diagram Seating Chart

From the album: A French Estate Wedding in Orange, California

An Elegant Framed Seating Chart

From the album: A Southern-Vintage Wedding in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

A Hand-Written Mirror Seating Chart

From the album: A Rustic, Romantic Wedding in Haymarket, VA

A Crafty Kite-Themed Seating Chart

From the album: A Vibrant Cheerful Wedding in Philadelphia, PA

A Nautical Black-And-White Seating Chart

From the album: A Seaside Glam Wedding in Alys Beach, FL

A Display of Simple and Elegant Cards

From the album: A Luminous Romantic Wedding in Gainesville, GA 

A Vinyl Album Seating Chart Display

From the album: Tovah & Alex Wedding

A Chalkboard Seating Chart With Colorful Illustrations

From the album: A Rustic Watercolor Wedding in Charlottesville, VA

A Football-Inspired Seating Chart

From the album: A Football-Inspired Wedding in Gaithersburg, MD

A Bright, Floral Seating Chart

From the album: A Cheery Garden Wedding in San Antonio, TX

 

More, please!
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> 8 DIY Escort Card Projects

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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