Hi, lovelies! Emma here. If you have assigned seats at your wedding (which we wholeheartedly recommend), you’ll need escort cards. Escort cards are used to direct guests to their seats and typically include the guest’s name and table number. And while escort cards are technically called cards, we think it’s fun when the “cards” are something unique instead. Today we’re sharing ten creative escort card ideas we know you’ll love to prove you can think outside the box in *every* area of your wedding. Enjoy!
Escort Card Ideas
1. Beer Bottle Escort Cards
Have a drink at the ready for guests! By WestAndFoundDesignCo.
2. Agate Escort Card
3. Beach Wedding Escort Card
The capiz shell escort cards are an amazing idea! By PicturaandPoesis.
Or these starfish escort cards (by Loving Coastal Living):
4. Caramel Jar Escort Card / Favor in One
Just include the table number on the lid / bag! This escort card counts as your wedding favor, too. By The Caramel Jar.
5. Palm Leaf Escort Card
6. Dream Catcher Escort Card
Excellent choice for bohemian weddings! By Bast and Bruin.
You can attach these to a tag with the table number and name of each guest:
7. Wreath Escort Card
These are perfect! By TheScriptedShindig.
8. Fall Leaf Place Cards / Escort Cards
By Paper Case Studio. Just include the table number on the leaf!
9. Vintage Luggage Tag Escort Card
10. Wood Escort Card
It also looks lovely as a place card!
There’s more coming up next!
1 – beer bottle escort card | by west and found design co.
2 – agate escort card | by willow wynn co
3 – beach escort cards | by pictura and poesis + lovingcoastalliving
4 – caramel jar escort card / favor | by the caramel jar
5 – palm leaf escort card | by cocalligraphy
6 – dream catcher escort card | by bast and bruin
7 – boxwood wreath escort card | by the scripted shindig
8 – fall leaf escort card | by papercasestudio
9 – vintage luggage tag escort card | by westandfoundco
10 – wood escort card | by rabar berry
What do you think of these creative escort card ideas? Are you using these escort cards at your wedding? Tell us in the comment box below!