When it comes to your special day, you want everything to be perfect. From the dress and décor to all the little details like escort cards, you want to make sure it’s anything but boring. So why go with a traditional display when there are so many creative options out there? Here are 9 escort card displays that will wow your guests, and make sure your wedding stands out from the rest.
Set in the rolling countryside of Pemberton, Hayley and John greeted their guests by serving summer cocktails garnished with lavender and mini clothespins directing them to dinner beneath an open-air sail cloth stretch tent. It’s giving English garden party with a touch of wild whimsy. You can find this real-life British Columbia wedding in our Canada Spring/Summer Magazine.
Design by Blackcomb Creative
Calligraphy by Debbie Wong Design
Lavender Bunches by From the Garden Shed
Florals by Celsia
Photo by Anya Kernes Photography
After tying the knot at Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Jacqueline and Thomas led their loved ones over to La Posada de Santa Fe for a garden-inspired soirée that was drenched in personality and a pastel color palette. From lush summer florals to an escort card display of horseshoes on ribbon. Click the link to see more of this colorful Southwestern wedding on the RMB blog.
Design by Darling Details
Photo by Alicia Lucia Photography
Get the party started with a boozy escort wall display comprised of shots. This tequila loving couple topped the glasses with wooden lime wedges that touted the seating arrangements. We’re only slightly upset we weren’t invited to this Colorado reception.
Design by Paper and Dust
Florals by Plume and Furrow
Rentals by Wallflower Rentals
Photo by Basecamp Visual
Just down Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico — that is, old Route 66 — lies El Rey Court, an iconic adobe roadside motor court originally built in 1936. Allison and Jimmy leaned into the refurbished inn by welcoming guests to the reception with custom keychains. See more of their Southwestern wedding in our National V8 Magazine.
Design by Just Lovely Weddings
Photo by Chellsie Michael Photography
Two words: absolutely stunning. Drawing inspiration from the meadows of Jackson Hole, Wyoming where the bride spent her summers as a child, this talented team of creatives designed an escort card display filled with blue thistle against a custom iron structure.
Design by Laurie Arons Special Events
Graphic Design by Yonder Design
Florals by Sarah Winward
Structure Built by Hensley Event Resources
Photo by Aaron Delesie
As a nod to their love story, Gabriella and Mackenzie included a bookshelf escort card to direct guests to their table. Since the couple’s song is “Greatest Love Story” by Lanco, the bride thrifted books from all over Vancouver and painted them to fit the wedding color scheme. Click the link to see more of this light and airy waterfront wedding on the RMB blog. Hosting an indoor wedding? Here’s another fun way to incorporate books into your seating chart.
Design by Bespoke Decor
Florals by Our Little Flower Company
Photo by Chuunice Photography
With an ode to understated elegance, a hint of masculinity and femininity, and the rugged beauty of Montana’s Big Sky, the collaborative effort between the bride, who has a background in marketing and fashion, and Bozeman wedding planner created an escort card display that is equal parts rustic chic and stylishly simple. You can find this real-life Western-inspired wedding in our National V8 Magazine.
Design by Bash
Photo by Kacie Q Photography
Planning a trendy yet timeless wedding? Look no further than this modern meets classic editorial on the RMB blog — click the link to see more of the styled shoot that unfolded at CLAY Venues in Colorado Springs. We love this idea of using cassette tapes for the coolest seating display.
Design by Madelyn Ginesi
Florals by The Planning Co.
Photo by Clark Miller Photography
Zoe and Jeff’s mountaintop nuptials at The Little Nell might go down in history as one of the most unconventional and fun celebrations. The bride’s vision of a “deconstructed wedding weekend” was totally achieved through pops of colorful paper, a boozy brunch, tons of outdoor activities, and a disco rodeo themed reception party. Click the link to see more of this luxury Aspen wedding on the RMB blog.
Design by Julian Leaver Events
Stationery by Wide Eyes Paper Co.
Photo by Betsi Ewing Weddings
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