Looking for fresh escort card display ideas? Check out the test tube blooms, skeleton keys, map displays, and more from these clever DC-area wedding vendors.
Geode-inspired cards on a boxwood wall. Designed by Bella Notte; wall by Revolution Events.
A display of tagged single-stem blooms. Designed by Roberts & Co. Events.
Hand-painted, laser-cut wooden boats. Designed and hand-painted by the bride.
Eat dessert first: cupcakes with table-number flags. Designed by A. Dominick Events.
For the Traveler
A wall map for a travel-themed wedding. Designed by the bride; map by Rand McNally.
Sweet and Simple
Gold-foil Ferrero Rocher chocolates. Designed by the bride.
Calligraphed oyster shells on a linen-draped table. Coordinated by Roberts & Co. Events.
Script on apothecary vases. Designed by Lauryn Prattes; script by Laura Hooper Calligraphy; vases from Amaryllis Floral & Event Design.
Skeleton keys tied with antiqued paper and ribbon. Designed by the bride.
Welcome flutes with escort-card scrolls featuring bug illustrations. Designed by Bella Notte and Katie Fischer Design; bug illustrations by Stephanie Fishwick.
This article originally appeared in the Winter/Spring 2018 issue of Washingtonian Bride & Groom.