Place card frames
are highly useful double duty wedding favors
. Used to display your table seating arrangements, place card frames also serve to hold your thank you photo your guests will later receive. Your guests can display your photo in their homes and think about the happy couple each time they look at these charming wedding frames. Place card frames on average, are 2 inches tall by 3 inches wide, which will fit your cards and thank you photos perfectly. They are available in a variety of different colors, themes, and shapes to suit your wedding décor.Wedding place card frames
are another way brides can carry their theme throughout their wedding. You get the picture - these are sure to make everyone smile!
If you're wondering if seating assignments are absolutely necessary for your wedding, then the answer is yes (you can find out why here). Unless the affair will be an extremely small and intimate one, most of your guests will probably look for place cards or seating instructions, especially those who came alone and don't know anyone else at the event.
Luckily, there are tons of ways to seat your guests! Consider traditional place card holders (there's literally one for every theme!) or perhaps a more elegant place card frame like the ones featured in this section, is more your style. If you're on a budget, plain paper tent table place cards are completely acceptable and won't break the bank, though they're much more simple. Finally, seating scrolls are a neat and polished way to seat your guests without the clutter of place cards on a table, however they can be costly.
The big questions many brides have is this: "If I choose to use a place card frame, can that double as my wedding favor too?" Although place card frames can later be used to hold a picture, guests may not have the same "double duty" theory in mind and may not realize your thank you photo is designed to be used in the frame.
So what's the solution? Well you need seating assignment holders, so first figure out if you want a place card holder, frame or simple stationary place cards. Alternatively, let your creative side take over and come up with your own DIY wedding seating chart: instead of breaking the bank and buying a seating scroll, take up calligraphy and make your own! Another great idea is to purchase a large chalkboard and simply write your guests' names and their table numbers - you'll save a lot of money on paper and ink, and can re-use the chalkboard!
We understand that planning a wedding can be quite expensive and the thought of place card frames AND favors can be scary - that's why Little Things thrives on providing brides with a low cost guarantee.