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Ideas for Making Escort Cards with a Romantic Air

Vintage key favor

Can you combine romantic and practical? Why not! Particularly in the case of your wedding escort cards. Beyond simply guiding guests to their tables, these cards are now decor elements in their own right. So if yours is a romantic bridal theme complete with lace, ribbons, and quaint vintage accents, you’re sure to be smitten with the gorgeous place card options we’ve gathered here!

We Just Adore These Romantic Place Card Ideas

Vintage place card ideas

1 – You can’t beat Paris for romance! So this real Parisian wedding we discovered on theCeci Style blog offers the perfect inspiration. Just look at the gorgeous stationery suite that includes these hanging escort cards in the softest pastels with delicate cutwork and gold foil printing.

2 – Vintage keys have become hugely popular at weddings in recent years. But what caught our eye about these pretty ones from the etsy shop Fairy Folk Weddingswas the heart-shaped handle. A little touch of romance right there! So you simply tie on the cards with a bit of ribbon and they’re ready.

3 – Graceful calligraphy is one way to create truly elegant escort cards. How lovely is this example available from Calligraphy for Weddings.com! It combines classic Spencerian script with Gothic lettering, plus sweet pink roses for a look of timeless charm.

4 – Lace = romance. So what could be easier than this inspiration we found on Ruffled: stringing up lengths of dainty lace as your wedding bunting—then pinning the guests’ table assignments on to these? Note, too, the matching ‘lacy edge’ of the luggage tag cards. Sweet!

5 – Old-style airmail envelopes holding postcards from Italy—such a quaint escort card idea from a real wedding featured on Brides.com! And don’t you just love the display, using a fancy wrought-iron grill to hang the cards on?

6 – What about presenting your escort cards in a little ‘tabletop garden’? Single blooms in recycled or vintage bottles, like these via Eventful Occasions, make delightful card holders that guests can then take as favors. (Now, can anyone please tell us the original image source?)

7 – This isn’t an escort card per se. But this sophisticated place card and table number option shown on Find Ambiance features classic elements you could readily combine. A little parchment scroll, flowing calligraphy, a fab art deco border—definitely a look with style and grace!

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