Printable Place Cards

Place card

You can easily create and print your own wedding place cards using your PC and home printer with these pre-cut and pre-scored printable place card sheets. Whether you're looking for plain card to print your own design on or something a bit fancier, you should find something here that'll work for you.

Word templates are usually available to help you get everything lined up or if you use seating planning software such as TopTablePlanner, you can even print your guests' names straight onto all of these products.

Remember to always print some test pages first using plain paper before printing your place cards for real.


Blank Printable Place Cards

These plain card printable place card sheets are ideal if you want to print your own place cards using a Word template, or you can print your guest names straight on to them using TopTablePlanner. Each card pops out easily and is pre-scored to allow easy folding.

DECAdry Printable Place Cards

DECAdry Printable Place CardsEach pack contains 22 A4 sheets with 6 place cards per sheet (132 place cards in total). Each card measures 85mm x 46mm when folded.


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Avery 5302 Printable Place Cards

Avery 5302 Printable Place CardsEach pack contains 40 Letter sized sheets with 4 place cards per sheet (160 place cards in total). Each card measures 3.5" x 2.5" when folded.


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How Do I Print My Place Cards using TopTablePlanner?

Print Placecards from the Print MenuOnce you've arranged your table plan using TopTablePlanner, it's easy to print your guests' names straight onto your place cards.

Either print onto plain card and cut them out yourself or use any of the compatible printable place card sheets shown above. Simply select your choice from the "Print" menu.

  - Go to the 'Print' menu and select 'Place Cards'.
  - Choose from a number of fonts and select your own font size.
  - Select the type of card you're using.

A PDF file is then automatically created ready for you to print!

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