Free Printable

Wedding Reception


The elegant place cards that I shared back in June of 2013 were the clear winner. Today’s templates are in the same style, but I’ve expanded the download to include a full reception set. 

DIYing your wedding invitations and paper goods is a great way to save money. This project is particularly savvy because it is a black and white file which makes for super cheap printing! Your printer will only need to use black ink for this design. Pro tip: set your printer to grayscale to save your colored ink!

Wedding Invitation Money-Saving Hack:

Tie in your wedding colors, use patterned paper, or go with chic, simple white cardstock as shown in this tutorial. The seating chart fits on 11 x 17” paper, which is too large for most home printers to handle. Send or take the file to your local copy store for inexpensive printing. Using coordinating pieces throughout your big day is one way to give a budget wedding luxurious style

Print this black and white design on any paper that you like!

WHAT YOU’LL NEED: – Printable templates – MS Word or Mac Pages – Scissors or paper cutter – 8.5 x 11” card stock – 11 x 17” card stock

Make Your Own Wedding Paper Details with these Printable Reception Templates

Coordinating your reception couldn’t be any easier with these free printable wedding reception templates in an elegant regal scroll design!

Download the place card file and open in MS Word or Mac Pages. Enter your guest names.  Use any font that you like. Print the file on your chosen paper.


Cut each sheet in half and in half again so you end up with four place cards.  Scissors will work just fine too though. Fold each card in half and stand it up. Congratulations, your place cards are now ready to go.

Tip: Use a heavier card stock than standard copy paper.

The table numbers are even easier to put together than the place cards, as no folding is required. Download the template and add your table numbers in MS Word. If you are naming your tables rather than using numbers, you can replace the number with the table name.


Now with very little effort (and very little expense), you will have a perfectly coordinated reception with no one spinning aimlessly in the center of the room trying to figure out where they should go! Enjoy!