13 scroll-stopping wedding escort card displays
Once you've learned the difference between a table plan and escort cards, it's time to start thinking about design. Of course, your seating plan can be as simple as a list of names printed on a board but why not have a little more fun? There are countless ways to great creative with your escort card display, incorporating your wedding theme or favors, or a favorite tipple or cute keepsake for your guests to take home. Here's 13 unique wedding escort card displays to get you inspired.
Vinyl record escort card display
What better theme for your wedding than the story of how you fell in love. Meg and Ed's wedding at Monserate Winery in California incorporated their courtship during COVID lockdown into the overall design. Ed picked out a different record every night during lockdown and created a cocktail inspired by it. The couple even took photos of each cocktail next to the record. It was adorable! So for their wedding day, they had an escort chart with custom records, one for each table, containing the guests’ names instead of songs. What a fun, personal touch.
Aperol Spritz escort card display
Everyone likes Aperol Spritz right? Combining a welcome drink with your escort cards is a lovely simple two-in-one idea to get the party started. Why not link to the cocktail to your location or wedding theme, like a French Kir Royale (Champagne and Crème de Cassis); Italian aperitivo Negroni or a Mexican favourite like a Margarita or Paloma.
Bamboo fan escort card display
We love anything multi-purpose when it comes to wedding design and when an escort card also works as a favor and useful accessory to help guests keep cool, well, what's not to love?
S'mores escort card display
There's something beautifully nostalgic about serving a childhood treat like s'mores at a wedding. We love how this couple have packaged up the marshmallow, graham cracker and chocolate with an enamel camping mug ready for a cosy late night snack by the fire pit.
Modern minimalist escort card display
If you're not into wedding themes, why not keep it simple and classy? A contemporary table plan in black and white was the perfect low-key choice for Allie and Tyler's elegant black-tie celebration at the Dayton Art Institute in Ohio. We adore how their contemporary design choices and the fluffy white flowers complement the beautiful brick and architectural details of the historic art museum.
Rainbow floral escort card display
Color was the name of the game for Maddy and Jesse's whimsical wedding at Cielo Farms in Malibu and wooden picks dotted in a rainbow meadow of flowers made the perfect escort cards.
Custom candle escort card display
Who doesn't love a candle? This escort card is beautiful in its simplicity, with custom candles in jars hand-painted with each guest's name and their assigned table. Job done.
Family photo seating plan
With all the moodboards and spreadsheets, it's easy to overlook what a wedding is truly about. Love! We adore that this couple have chosen a seating chart to celebrate the relationships of their guests with black and white wedding photos, how fun to look back on!
Luggage tag escort card display
We're all for double duty items when planning a wedding so a cute, useful favor that also functions as an escort card is a win-win. Marilyn and Taylor designed these chic leather luggage tags to gift guests at their Disney-inspired fairytale wedding in Florida, and we're sure everyone was thrilled to take them home.
Hot fudge sauce wedding favors
Modern whimsical style blended with earthy elements of wood, plaid, leather and houndstooth, and a natural color palette of mustard, gold, and rose created the most stylish celebration at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe in California. The couple paid homage to their dear late mothers, displayed their photos on beautifully decorated honory chairs, and favors of hot fudge sauce made to bride Gwynne's secret family recipe.
Vintage globe wedding table plan
There are heaps of great ways for travel lovers to incorporate your worldly adventures into your wedding design. We love the idea of tracking down vintage globes like this couple have, or how about displaying a map of your journey as a couple?