A springtime wedding has such a lighthearted, fresh feel to it! So of course, you’d want every detail—including your guests’ search for their seats—to be just as fun-filled and stress-free.
Well, we can’t guarantee that there won’t still be a little bit of playful “mayhem” as names are looked for and seats are discovered after a bit of a hunt. But it won’t be for lack of prettiness on the part of your escort cards, that’s for sure! Especially if you take your cue from some of the cutest escort card ideas we found on the web. Seriously, seat-finding at a springtime wedding may turn out to be a fun start to the sweetest occasion!
Take a Look at these Creative Ideas for Escort Cards
- Imagine being welcomed to the wedding by this colorful display of succulents in terra cotta pots,holding handwritten escort cards! Thanks to this real wedding featured on Love and Lavender, you can use this for inspiration, too.
- What may seem like an office pegboard, found on Simply Seleta, gets a sweet touch of whimsy with clothes pins decorated with Japanese washi tape. Love the typewriter font for the guests’ names on the front of each card, and the table number on the back!
- A simple corkboard turns charmingly personal with photos of the couple taken holding the actual table numbers, with the guests’ names listed on cards below. Cute idea from a real wedding featured on Laura K Design.
- A post on 100 Layer Cake led us to this farmhouse wedding with the most heartwarming DIY details, among them these sweet fabric buttons on package-tag escort cards. This may have been a fall wedding, but wouldn’t these be perfect for spring, too?
- Mini bottles of wine get to double as both escort card (actually, more like label) holders and wedding favors! In this version we found on Celebrations.com, contributor Chris Nease shares how they coordinated the labels with the wine-themed invitations and used wine corks as place card holders, too.
- Now, here’s a springtime card display idea for you! A birdcage-themed styled shoot by Morgan Gallo Events featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs includes a chicken wire frame holding escort cards on clothespins. The decorations? Pastel-colored ribbons and the sweetest wooden birdcages, of course!
- Guest blogger Mika 78 on 100 Layer Cake shares a truly refreshing option: DIY soda pop escort cards! Her fun tutorial includes tips on printing the labels all the way to filling each bottle with your ice-cold signature wedding drink just before guests arrive.
- Who wouldn’t love to be greeted by wooden cratefuls of fresh fruit doubling as the escort card holders? These luscious peaches and plums offered a warm welcome to guests at a real wedding styled by Kelly Oshiro Design and featured on Style Unveiled.