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Hey y’all! Our final submission is another collaboration between Palm Papers and photographer Catie Ronquillo, and this time, After Yes got in on the fun, too! I think this mason jar escort “card” idea would be perfect for an outdoor weddings, when actual cards would probably be blowing across the lawn before your guests even got to them!

From the ladies:

“Using small or large mason jars, fill with gumballs (from your local candy store) about 3/4 of the way full. Attach escort cards or tags to your pencils, and then fill each jar with 10-12 escort cards. We labeled our jars to make it easier for guests to find their names. Not into gumballs? Try lemon drops or red hots, and consider swapping out the pencils for paper straws guests can use in their drinks!”

Thank you so much, ladies! Readers, if you love this idea, let us know in the comments! And remember, you’re welcome to comment on more than one concept!

emily Written with love by Emily
10 Comments
  1. avatar Carrie reply

    Love it! What a great idea!

  2. avatar Lauren | Palm Papers reply

    I loved how these turned out – especially those gum balls! Thanks SW!

  3. avatar penny reply

    So original ! Love the theme!

  4. avatar L.Duncan reply

    I ABSOLUTELY love this!!!!! Are the guest allowed to have a gumball too?!

  5. avatar Catie Ronquillo reply

    Thanks ladies! :) Also, the vintage quilt, fan, and globe were furnished by Rent My Dust Vintage Rentals. Love how these turned out!

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  10. avatar Sarah reply

    It looks like you used index cards for the tags around the mason jars but what did you use to make the name tags? Did you somehow print on just regular lined paper?

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