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Ellen McDermott

These place cards will make a "favorable" impression as guests arrive at their tables. Here, tented cards do double duty: directing people to their seats and sealing sacks of candy. Using a computer, position each name in the bottom half of a 2 1/2-by-4-inch rectangle; print out on card stock, cut out, and fold. Fill cellophane bag (these foil-wrapped chocolate nuts are great for fall; from Daprano & Company), and fold top of bag over 1/2 inch. Slip card over bag; secure with adhesive dots.

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Anonymous
June 24, 2010
We gave apple butter as our wedding favor and on the top of the jar we had our guest names' and table number.
Anonymous
June 24, 2010
I do this for bride's all the time. It's a great way to make the favor seem personal, to add to the decor of the table AND to use as place card. Love it!