I love the boho rustic themed weddings I see all over Pinterest. I made a set of cut files for these wedding seating cards I thought my readers might find useful.
These were not too hard to make and totally doable for even a large wedding. It is always nice to add an extra personalized touch even if it is in the minor things like the seating card.
This set includes just rustic graphics and a set of meal indicator cards. Cute and useful! I love it when I can be efficient like that. 🙂
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Recommended Materials for Wedding Seating Cards
Cardstock – You will need two colors if you choose to do the extra overlay icon. You can do them to the color theme of your wedding. I used Kraft Cardstock and a really light blush color from this Rose assorted set from Recollections.
In general, I recommend using non-textured paper with a colored core. It is a more intricate design and the textured paper tends to not cut as well and frays with the white core.
Here are some of my favorite brands:
- Recollections 65lb Cardstock from Michaels
- Metallic Shimmer Assorted Set from Amazon
- Neenah Collections Assorted Set from Amazon
- Kraft Cardstock from Michaels
Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut
Template – I’ve included mine for free in my resource library.
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Tips for Making Cricut Wedding Seating Cards
Use the light grip mat – I don’t know what happened to the Cricut green mats lately but they have become super sticky. I used a more “fresh” blue mat and basically had no snags. Depending on your cardstock size, you can make up to 9 on a mat.
Scoring the card – I usually don’t like including scoring lines because it just confuses people. This card is pretty simple so I just use a ruler and a scraper tool. A credit card works great as well.
Gluing the icon – There are a lot of different ways to do this. I just used regular cardstock and Tacky Glue but you can also cut them on vinyl or sticker paper and skip the gluing all together.