My wedding is done and I vow never to undertake another bout of wedding planning ever again. Unless in ten years Josh and I renew our vows on…Lanai? LOL…kidding!! BUT…sometimes I can’t help but miss researching ideas for weddings.
And yes, I still look at websites about weddings, because they are so fun and people are seriously creative! Here’s more wedding escort card ideas that I LOVE!!!!
I LOVE skeleton keys. Who doesn’t? Ever since Tiffany & Co. came up out with their keys and my friend and I bought them as remembrances for our trip to NYC and shopping on 5th Avenue, I’ve been in LOVE with keys. I can even tie my love with keys because of Sarah Dessen‘s book which I LOVE as well, Lock and Key. Anyway, how gorgeous are these escort cards? I love how old they look.
Why do I love this map? Because Josh and I love to travel. It’s simple and fun! Perfect for the couple that likes to travel. The guests can look around the world for their seat-so to speak!
And why not use the champagne glasses they’ll be using anyway? They can take their glass to their seat. I like this, it’s fancy without too much work.
How pretty is this? Guests can bring the candle to their table and they can keep it too! Love this! And I love candles…can you imagine how pretty it will be all lit up at the seat of every person you care about in attendance? Awww….
Signature drinks were SUCH a hit at my outdoor wedding I think because it was hot before the sun went down. But people were grateful for the drinks. It’s why I love the idea of bottles being escort cards/favors. It’s pretty, with bold color and will satisfy your guests thirst especially at an outdoor wedding! Love, love, looovveee!
I’m a book lover, so of COURSE I saw this and went….oh….that is SO me. Now not everyone I know likes to read though…so I’d have to be careful to give it as a favor…but if it was only used as an escort card then the books can stay put as people find their seat number…but I’d need a bunch of books! Haha…so cute!
I’m attending a wedding in November, can’t wait…it’ll be fun to be the guest again, instead of the bride. Hehe….:-) I love weddings more now that I appreciate the details and hard work that take place to make it happen!