by: Lauren

Happy Friday loves! I’ve been on a sort of mission to help my friend come up with some ideas for her escort cards lately. When I came across this escort card board, I knew I definitely wanted to share it! It actually looks like it’s just a bulletin board with either strips of paper or tape attached for the stripes, and then the cards tacked into it! The only thing that I recommend you do differently would be to put letters (or a range of letters) in the place of the numbers. Remember, you have to keep your guests in-the-know with things, and they’re getting escort cards because they don’t already KNOW what table they’re at!

Detail To Love: Escort Card Board via TheELD.comPhoto by Glessner Photography, Via Wedding Chicks

 What do you all think? A board like this is an excellent way to display escort cards in a bit of a more unique way, don’t you think? Will any of you be doing a board like this? If not, how are you planning on displaying your escort cards? Oh, and if you need some other escort or seating ideas, go check out my Escort/Seating Pinterest board! :)

I’m sure many of you have awesome plans for this long weekend, so enjoy it! As for myself, well of course I totally forgot about it, so I’ll still be back here on Monday! ;)

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Detail To Love: Escort Card Board via TheELD.com

Lauren

Founder & Editor at Every Last Detail
Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.
Detail To Love: Escort Card Board via TheELD.com

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  1. Elizabeth Glessner

    Hey there! Thanks for featuring our work! The board was actually created by taping off the board with painter’s tape, spray painting it, and removing the tape. The numbers were created by spray painting poster board cutouts.

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