6 Unique Ideas For Your Seating Displays & Escort Cards

Dreaming of ways to spice up the details?

Well, playing up your theme or overall vibe through the small elements can make a huge impact. Set the mood as guests transition from ceremony to celebrations with an ultra-unique seating display or eye-catching escort cards. No need for a simple sign, if that’s not your style. The possibilities to add a creative flair to this decor element have no end. Make it personal by tying in your tastes (literally, think food & drinks!!), your interests as a couple or just your overall wedding style.

We’ve gathered a handful of ideas that are sure to leave a lasting memory for both you and your guests…

Write Some Love Notes:

Write a short note to each of your guests saying how much it means for them to be sharing in this special day with you!

JENNY SMITH & CO via Brides

Pop the Champagne:

Get the party started as guests find their way to their seats and before the celebrations really kick off!

 Zac Wolf Photography and Shell Chic’d via Elle Decor

An Eye-Catching Arrangement:

Tie your seating chart display into your decor to make each detail really enhance your wedding style.

via Wild Heart

Make it Punny:

Tie in your interests, have fun with your wording AND present your guests with a little something they can take home from the day.

via Cocomelody

Get Nostalgic:

Set the tone for the celebrations ahead by showcasing your theme or creating a sense of heartwarming nostalgia.

via Wedding Scribblers

Do Up a Dreamy DIY:

Keep things extra personal by designing your seating chart and escort cards yourself! It doesn’t have to be complicated and the possibilities here and endless.

Gabe Aceves Photography via Style Me Pretty

 

 

Ally Vogl

Ally is the Content and Social Media Exec here at WeddingDates HQ. Beyond being obsessed with all things weddings, she loves a good cup of coffee and splurging on beauty products.

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