Openinkstand Art & Calligraphy

When to use Reserved cards

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There are so many little details when it comes to planning a wedding or event… but one thing people always forget are reserved cards for the table. I mean, they’re not necessary… but imagine you have a table full of beautiful calligraphed place cards with names on, but someone couldn’t decide if they’re coming, or if they’re bringing a guest, or maybe the table is not open to just anyone… you can’t just leave that seat blank. The waiter may be confused, someone may think it’s ‘open’ and sit right down on it, or the usher may think that table has an extra chair by accident… eep!

‘Reserved’ cards can save embarrassment and questions! Always have some handy.

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