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Escort Cards We Love

It's time to make your way to your table. Here's 13 unique ways to let your guests know where to go.

Remember that guest list you spent so much time on while wedding planning? Offer guests a gorgeous display that clearly lets them know where to sit during the reception. Who needs a seating chart when you can have a cute element of decor, or a sweet keepsake guests can take home.

Below are some of our favorite ways brides chose to seat their guests.

Glass of champagne to be used as escort card
What better way to kick off a reception than with a toast to the newlyweds? Get guests to their seats and ready to celebrate with some champagne!

coconut water escort card wall
We're coco-nuts over this escort card display! 

Wooden coaster seating cardEscort card, table decor, and a goodie for your guests all in one. 

Maraca escort cardDestination wedding? Swap out the cards for a musical flare, like maracas, so guests can have some fun and make a little noise to celebrate your love.

luggage tag escort cardsescort card wall filled with luggage tags
Have guests from far, far away? Use these adorable luggage tags to help everyone's bags get home safely & always remember your special day, no matter where they go! 

escort cardsSpring your thing? Let your love grow through your guests with some DIY seed kits. 

floral escort cardsSimple yet sweet; match your seating cards to your florals.

metallic pumpkin escort cardsFor the love of fall! Pumpkins & a little metallic spray paint gives guests a keepsake and makes for the cutest decor.

ski shaped escort cardCold outside? Ski themed ornaments will warm the hearts of your guests and last forever!

sea shell wedding escort cardsReady to catch a wave? Seashell escort cards are the perfect beachy touch for your reception.

modern escort cards
Modern, yet traditional with a simple card and sleek font.

escort card wall
This wall lets each guest unclip their card to guide them to their seat.

Seating card
Add to your rustic wedding theme by repurposing an old frame for a vintage flare. 

Still want more? Check out our pinterest board!

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