Placing some homespun craft details in your wedding seating plan adds personality and a creative touch to your seating display. It can be used to add detail to many styles of seating plan, ranging from vintage and shabby chic to chalkboards and picture frame seating plans. You can either buy ready made homespun accessories for your reception, or if you love craft, then do it yourself!

Seating plans and escort cards

Hessian homespun table number - confetti.co.uk

  • Create a homespun escort card display by adding a little homespun charm by using diecut clear name stickers on anything, from apples to pretty herb pots.
  • Simple wooden clothes pegs make this quirky rustic seating plan easy to use.
  • These pretty personalised hand fans would make a beautiful escort card display, and come with a range of matching accessories from wine bottle labels to table numbers.
  • If you like to DIY, this homemade seating plan is beautifully simple, using pegs, twine and paper. A lovely homespun touch is the little pots of homemade jam for each guest – how delicious!
  • Another great, simple DIY escort card display can be made by nestling name cards amongst a bed of baby’s breath to make a pretty homespun display.

Table names and numbers

  • Hessian and buttons add rustic elegance to simple homespun table numbers.
  • These table numbers are mounted on vintage books – available easily from a second hand or antique shop.
  • Use simple picture frames, add an element of your wedding theme and the table number. Hey presto, a stylish homespun table number!
  • Hessian instantly creates a rustic homespun style – make pretty table numbers by painting white numbers onto strips of hessian to wrap around your flower vases. If you are not keen on DIY craft, you could always buy them!

Table décor

Hessian table runner - confetti.co.uk

Other ideas

It would be fairly straightforward to make your own version of this guest wishing tree, using heart paper cutters and a cut out card tree.

If you prefer to DIY rather than buy, many of our previous articles have a creative craft element to them, such as:

Remember to browse our past articles and dedicated Pinterest board to find more inspiration!

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A little bit about Adam, founder of TopTablePlanner...

Adam has been working in the wedding industry since 2006. After discovering that arranging the seating is one of the hardest parts of planning a wedding, he launched TopTablePlanner in 2007. See his Google+ profile.