Bar/Bat Mitzvah table setting cards are a wonderful way to identify seating at the celebration. The mint tin place cards are a cute favor to give to guests, and are also a great way to keep track of who’s where. There are several designs to choose from, and if you’d like to make them custom, you can do so as well. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

These bandana escort cards are perfect for a Bat Mitzvah table setting. These escort cards were used to assign guests to their respective color war teams. These caligraphied paint sets also served as placecards to direct guests to their tables. For a fun twist on these escort cards, consider making them unusually shaped. Then, use them as wayfinding devices to help guests find their seats.

Escort cards can be very creative. For instance, this Bat Mitzvah’s bandana escort cards were used to assign table numbers. The caligraphied paint sets told guests where to sit. Another way to use escort cards is to display them in an interesting way. For example, you can display them in a vertical manner. You can also display them in a creative way.

The escort cards can be printed with a starry night theme. These cards are also a great place to add the table number assignment. They can be displayed horizontally, allowing the guests to choose the seats accordingly. For a Bat Mitzvah, escort cards can be a fun way to assign seating to guests. They don’t have to be plain folded tent cards. You can find unique ways to display them, such as using a star or a dog bone.

You can use escort cards for a Bat Mitzvah party. They can be used to assign table number assignments, as well as to serve as place card holders. Ilene’s Color War themed Bat Mitzvah used bandana-wrapped escort cards as a place card for the table. For her dog-themed Bat Mitzvah, she included a bone-shaped escort card on each table.