Favor Seating Cards and Displays
Maple Syrup Escort Cards
Mini bottles of locally tapped maple syrup favors accompanied kraftpaper escort cards at this Vermont wedding.
Matchbox Escort Cards
Wrap matchboxes with pretty paper and write your guests' names on them for a great double-duty favor. The pattern or color of the paper dictates which table they're assigned to.
Place Card Stationery
Design personalized correspondence cards, which pull double duty as favors, to allow guests to find their seats.
Maraca Escort Favors
Calligraphed tags attached to small maracas is a fun way to provide guests with their table numbers at a Mexican destination wedding.
Potted Place Card
Both place card and favor, these tiny terra-cotta pots with domes of velvety moss are spare yet elegant against a pristine white table -- perfect for a simple wedding.
CD Seating Card
A collection of this real wedding couple's favorite music acted as escort cards and favors guests could listen to long after the reception.
Booklet Seating Card
Petite handmade coral and aqua quotation books filled with favorite sayings about life and love serve as seating cards worth saving.
Custom Deck of Cards
A deck of cards atop an elegant place card acts as a favor guests can play with for years to come, and adds a touch of whismy to a formal table setting.
Button Seating Cards
These button seating cards also serve to introduce guests to one another. Calligraph names on paper, then follow directions included with a button-making machine. Pin buttons to 2-by-3-inch card stock with numbers written on the bottom.
Just pair a tag and a bag (with whatever goodies you choose inside) for an easy and economical favor that also serves as a seating card.
Compass Escort Cards
Play up a travel theme, stringing compasses containing paper calligraphed with guests' names and their seating assignments.
Seating Card Favor Boxes
Place small favors, such as truffles or small soaps, in rectangular boxes, and wrap in colorful solid and patterned papers. Print guests' names and table numbers onto adhesive-backed paper, cut out, and affix to the top of each box.
Custom Pin Escort Cards
Attached to each of these seating cards are buttons designed specially for each guest, making them great conversation starters and wedding souvenirs.
Plant Place Card
Play up local flora and fauna and show guests to their seats with a favor they can plant when they get home. This succulent fits the California landscape of this real wedding.
Pecan Escort Boxes
Boxes of pecans double as favors and are decorated with a vintage illustration indicating the table assignment.
Faux-Flower Place Card
In the winter, when seasonal flowers are more difficult to come by, fabric flowers make a pretty, wiltproof solution. These help guests find their seats, then become corsages or boutonnieres.
Place-Card Holder Favors
These elephant-shaped place card holders also served as take-home favors.
Succulent Place Setting
Name cards, tucked into succulents in white tea bowls, were positioned on moss-colored linen napkins and white plates.
Trinket Plus Place Card
For an ecclectic wedding theme, top each plate with a trinket that reflects the table's title, rather than specifiying with a number.
Recycled Seat Assignments
For an eco-friendly wedding, empty dog-food cans repurposed into take-home escort cards hold various succulents for guests to take home.
Flower Top Box
This place-card favor blooms with tiny paper flowers.
Sweet Pea Place Cards
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.
Fresh Flower Favors
Each guest's name is attached to a fresh flower that was slipped into a small tube of water and hung from a dowel at this real wedding.
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