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Clever Places for Place Cards: Chair Tags

Martha Stewart Weddings, Summer 2003

A place card needn't be on a table to be effective. To make, cut two slits, slightly narrower than the ribbon, in a flat card. Fold the ribbon in half, and loop it around the chair, as shown. Then slip one of the loose ends through the slits in the card.

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Comments (2)

  • 24 Jul, 2009

    make sure your text is large enough so people can see it! particularly if you have an evening wedding with low light, and/or older people who not only will not be looking for a place card there, but will not be able to see it as well. Also, choose wisely on your font. This image actually proves my point. i'm 40 and I would be with my face down there looking like a dork trying to read the name on the card...

  • 12 Jun, 2009

    I was only thinking of doing something like this yesterday for my own wedding later in the year, but wasnn n n n n n t sure how it would turn out. Great to see an example. I am definitely doing this now!