Escort Cards

Recently I was showing a client images of Escort Cards (no not the variety you find in phone booths across the UK!) to explain their function, I’m enthusiastic about Escort Cards as I think you can be far more imaginative with them. I’ve been using them at my weddings since 2005 and I’m astonished at how popular they are now. I thought I would share some of my findings with you today, I concentrated on rural outside escort cards.

But firstly a quick explanation on their function, an escort card (or seating card) is as a replacement for a table plan. You display little cards (normally) with the guest name printed on it and the table name/number. It can be fun for the guest whilst searching for their name – far more exciting then a table plan! I’ve used them displayed on pianos,  trestle tables, in a giant fountain & hanging from willows.

Hanging from a vintage frame

Hanging from a vintage frame

Moss Escort Cards

Moss Escort Cards

Rustic Hanging Names

Rustic Hanging Names

 

Hugging the tree

Hugging the tree

Hanging Cards

Hanging Cards

Photo Credits

Vintage Frame – The Stock Mandiaries

Moss Escort Cards – featured on Wedding Dress Blog & photographed by Katherine O’Brien

Rustic Hanging Cards – featured on Cedarwood Weddings & Photographed by Krystal Mann

Hugging the tree – featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs & Photographed by Grise Photography

Hanging Cards featured on The Knot

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