Wedding trend: Do-it-yourself placecards

This undated publicity image provided by Magpie Paper Works shows an acrylic sheet is placed over Sunprint paper and printed transparency paper for a DIY wedding-place-card project using Sunprints.
This undated publicity image provided by Magpie Paper Works shows a copy of guests' names printed onto transparency paper for a DIY wedding-place-card project using Sunprints.
This undated publicity image provided by Magpie Paper Works shows the final product of a DIY wedding-place-card project using Sunprints.
This undated photo provided by Dreamlove Wedding Photography shows library book cards and pockets that have been repurposed as escort cards for the wedding reception of Jason and Amelie Neese in May 2012. They turned to their shared love of literature as inspiration for the table names and homemade escort cards. The Neese's DIY escord card area is set up next to their wedding ceremony site at the Overbrook House in Bourne, Mass.
This undated photo provided by Dreamlove Wedding Photography shows library book cards and pockets that have been repurposed as escort cards for the wedding reception of Jason and Amelie Neese in May 2012 held in Bourne, Mass. For their wedding reception, they turned to their shared love of literature as inspiration for the table names and homemade escort cards. Many couples are getting creative, repurposing everyday objects such as wine corks, fruit, seed envelopes or clothespins into place cards or escort cards.
In this undated publicity photo provided by the website Intimate Weddings, vintage brooches are pinned to wedding-reception place cards as an example of creative DIY projects that help guests navigate seating assignments.
This undated photo provided by Dreamlove Wedding Photography shows homemade seed packets made by Douglas Woodhouse and used as escort cards for his June 2012 wedding to Kelsie Evans in Antrim, N.H. Many couples are getting creative, repurposing everyday objects such as wine corks, fruit, seed envelopes or clothespins into place cards or escort cards. .
This undated photo provided by Dreamlove Wedding Photography shows homemade seed packets made by Douglas Woodhouse and used as escort cards for his June 2012 wedding to Kelsie Evans in Antrim, N.H. The couple used a vintage frame and designed their own "seed packets" as an escort card area for guests at their wedding.
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