Escort card displays are one of the first things guests see on their way into the reception. It’s a great way to set the tone for the reception they are about to walk into. From classic and elegant to organic and natural here area few of my favorite escort card displays from the past few seasons.
This tented private residence wedding featured green and white flowers with touches of blush and peach. We incorporated locally grown peaches, peach candles and seasonal blooms in this August escort card display. It was a striking table set to greet guests as they walked towards the tent. Photos by Lauren Larsen and coordinated by Eloquence Events.
This Smith Farm Gardens wedding featured a moss covered garden style display which included small garden tools attached to each escort card. Photo by James Anderson, planned by Amy Champagne Events. See more from this wedding here.
This Branford House wedding featured a mix of fruit and flowers throughout the decor. The escort card display which was set on the back patio overlooking the water featured a organic display of fruit, flowers and greenery with candlelight. Photo by Brooke Allison, coordinated by Jubilee Events. See more from this wedding here.
This Greenwich Country Club romantic blush June wedding featured a classic escort card display as guests walked to the ballroom. Lots of Peonies and Delphinium were used for this lush arrangement. Photo by Kelsey Combe, coordinated by Stacie Shea. See more from this wedding here.
A 8 foot moss and succulent escort card wall was constructed by our team for this Belle Haven event. Cards were lined on the wooden shelving for a rustic effect. Photo by Vicki + Erik and coordinated by Stacie Shea. See more from this wedding here.
Rustic charm for this Mt. Kisco family farm wedding. Escort cards were tied to bundles of herbs and olive branch for this outdoor wedding. Photographed by Robert and Kathleen and planned by Lovely Events. See more from this wedding here.
Simple rustic style for this clothesline style escort card display at the Winvian. Reception that followed had a theme of potted ferns used throughout the table and floral decor used to decorate their barn. Photo by Jessica Haley, coordinated by Stacie Shea. See more from this wedding here.
Classic elegant springtime arrangement for this early May wedding. Local blooms arranged in a painterly style displayed in front of a large painting at the elegant Union League Café ballroom. See more from this wedding here.
Potted herbs and ferns on our marble table for this intimate farm wedding in Guilford for one of our own designers a few years back. Photo by Katie Slater. See more from this wedding here.