DIY This Colorful Escort Card Display

Looking for a smart and simple way to guide guests to their seats? We've got the project for you!
by Elizabeth Wieck
Ombre blue escort card display board with envelopes
Devon Jarvis

You picked the perfect centerpieces, designed gorgeous place settings and (finally!) arranged the perfect seating chart. But how to go about directing guests to their meticulously selected seats? Point them in the right direction with this escort card display that can be totally customized to your wedding style and guest list. We opted for a cool blue ombre look, but don't be afraid to get creative with a checkerboard or striped pattern. If you don't know the exact layout of your venue yet, fret not, because this display can be hung on a wall, sat on an easel or propped up on a table—basically it can work anywhere.

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large frame
decorative paper
The Knot template
2.25-inch x 3.5-inch envelopes (we got ours from Paper Source)
scallop-edged scissors
double-sided tape
ruler


1. Download and print our escort card template.

2. Print or handwrite guest names and table numbers on the template.

3. Cut escort cards using the template guide.

4. Cut about an inch off the top of the envelopes.

5. Put a piece of double sided tape on the back of each envelope pocket.

6. Insert escort cards into the envelopes.

7. Measure decorative paper to fit the frame and place inside.

8. Place envelopes on the board to ensure accurate spacing.

9. Secure envelopes to the frame with double-sided tape.


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