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Wedding Details : Unique Seating Chart Displays

By Thedreamery

Wedding Details : Unique Seating ChartsWhen it comes to weddings, most professionals would agree that our favorite part is translating the couple’s personality and story through decor and small details, that become the loveliest of memories. Of course not every decor element is a requirement, yet no detail is too small when it comes to showcasing your style as a couple. In fact it’s often those little details that pull your wedding vision together. And when it comes to a wedding reception, one of the first places to make an impact is your seating chart.

Long gone are the days of those folded cards with your guest’s name and seating arrangement atop a table, instead wedding seating charts have transformed to display favors that serve a dual purpose, artistic creations unlike other weddings or those traditional cards written in beautiful modern calligraphy and hung from a vintage door. A seating chart or escort card display is one wedding detail you should put some extra attention on, but its doesn’t have to cost you hundreds more, either. You can use beautiful family frames to display seating arrangements, or leftover flowers labeled for each guest…the ideas area endless. Seriously, some of the most beautiful seating charts, and my favorite, are mirrors simply adorned with calligraphy and florals. Lately I’ve been seeing so many lovely creations, that I had to gather up my favorites and share with you. Get ready for lots of prettiness…

Continue with natural elements by using driftwood pieces as each escort card. via Once Wed 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

For the book lovers, use bookmarks as both escort cards and a favor. via Style Me Pretty 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

One of most favorite ways to display a seating arrangement is simply hung on strings adorned with beautiful flowers. via Style Me Pretty 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

Don’t long vintage scrolls remind you of a fairytale, especially hung up with an arrow, say a la Robin Hood. via Martha Stewart Weddings 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

If you’re having your wedding in a beautiful location, use every natural element you can like a brick wall to display your cards. via Anna Shackle Ford 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

As a flower lover I think it would just perfect to seat each guest with a beautiful bloom. via Grey Likes Weddings 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

A large macrame display would make any boho bride’s heart sing. top image via Green Wedding Shoes

And sometimes beautiful watercolors and classic calligraphy is all you really need. via Once Wed 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

An ordinary tile can instantly become a lovely keepsake for wedding guests. via A Fabulous Fete 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

Even if you choose to use traditional paper escort cards, there are endless ways to display them, like playing up a nautical theme and using a grand wheel. via Inspired By This 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

Or this crazy creative heart pieced together with each card. via Inspired By This 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

A selection of vintage mirrors are just beautiful, especially for a glamorous affair. via Grey Likes Weddings 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

How adorable is a box filled with moss and craspedia stems wrapped with pretty tags. via Elizabeth Anne Designs 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

And then we see lovely displays thought by such creatives, like a target shot with arrows. via Ruffled Blog 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

Having a destination wedding? I just love using beautiful calligraphy compasses displayed on a vintage map. via The Knot 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

Gold painted balloons, bold bright colors and prints, yes this simple display is all sort of modern fun.  via The Every Last Detail 

Wedding Details : Unique Seating Charts

What are some of your favorite ways to display a seating chart?


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