Seating and Table Card Clip Art and Templates
Silver Boutonniere Place Cards
These clusters of silver flowers and leaves make chic and shiny place cards. Provide pins so attendees at your celebration can wear them as name tag boutonnieres after dinner.
Escort Card Printable Numbers
Surprise your guests with tiny envelopes that hold their table numbers inside.
Arrow Escort Card
Show friends and family they're in your heart with this display "pierced" by escort-card arrows that point them to their tables.
Patterned Place Cards
Making the mini masterpieces here is as easy as downloading the design, typing in your guests' names, printing onto card stock, cutting it to size, and folding the finished job in half. Choose from this watercolor design or a pretty faux-bois pattern.
Perforated Place Card
These charming place cards were printed on pre-perforated card stock.
Table-Number Drink Tag
Everything for these smart escort drinks can be made in advance, making them ideal for a destination wedding.
Wreath Escort Card Display
Depending on the colors you choose, this wreath display can be suitable for any season. Using our template, trace leaf shapes onto sturdy colored paper, and cut out. Trim edges with decorative paper edgers. Glue 22-gauge cloth-wrapped floral wire to the back of each leaf, and insert into a 14-inch-diameter boxwood wreath, in alphabetical order. A 14-inch wreath will hold about 60 cards. Use multiple wreaths or a larger one for more guests. Hang with ribbon.
Monogram Table Numbers and Place Cards
Leave your mark on every tabletop with these calligraphed table numbers and printed place cards.
Beribboned Escort Card
Create a beribboned bulletin board by using ribbons and fabric strips in assorted colors and patterns to cover the surface of a piece of plywood.
Vintage-Style Escort Card
These escort cards get their antique feel from a design reminiscent of a telegram.
Floaty Butterfly Escort Card
Paper butterflies alight on the rims of Champagne glasses, staying still just long enough for guests to find their seats.
Pinned Escort Card
Pinned to a linen board, each escort card at this real wedding featured fabric that matched the napkins at that table.
Sweet Pea Place Card
For cute place settings that will grow and grow on your guests, fill tiny packets with the seeds of your favorite flower, and stitch them onto simply printed seating cards.
Wine Bottle Table Numbers
Use this sophisticated chevron pattern to pull together your tables and let guests know where to sit.
Triangles Seating Chart
The design of this seating-card display is inspired by Plinko from "The Price Is Right."
Place Card Stationery
Let guests know exactly where they're sitting by putting personalized correspondence cards, which pull double duty as favors, at each setting.
Retro Escort Card
Infuse your special day with the elegant color combination of pink and navy. To incorporate this palette into your dinner decor, opt for escort cards with this clip art design that's as crisp as the Navy itself.
Preppy Place Card
For a preppy spring or summer wedding, a length of grosgrain drawn through a notched card resembles a ribbon belt with a monogrammed buckle.
Fabric Cut-Out Table Card
Dress up table numbers with your choice of lush fabric and our simple printable template.
Modern Table Card
Creating these sleek numerals is as easy as print, cut, and fold. There are blue and orange options, too, so you can mix and match to your heart's content.
Classic Table Card
Use our downloadable templates to print your own cards. You have a choice of two border styles -- one with a regular looping scallop and one with more free-form loops. For each design, we have also included one template with no number, in case you need to add your own number or other text.
Modern Striped Table Card
Download this bright style to add a pop of color to any reception table.
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