Wedding Place Cards You Can Print for Free

table setting at a wedding

​The Spruce / Michele Lee 

Wedding place cards are a must-have when it comes to your reception. This is an easy way for you to plan out your reception seating and they allow guests to find their place without confusion. Not to mention they add a wonderful bit of style to your dining tables. The place cards are there to make your guests feel welcome and invite them to become part of the party instead of just attending it.

These wedding place card templates are extremely easy to use. You'll need to download them, customize them with your guests' names, print them, and then fold them into place cards. They look best when printed out on heavier cardstock because you'll want them to be able to stand up on their own.

It will work best if you print these cards out on card stock so they have the strength to stand up when you fold them. You can change the whole look of the place card easily by using colored card stock or a different wedding font.

A Black and White Affair

A black and white wedding place card.

Hands in the Attic

Hands in the Attic has designed these free templates that are in elegant black and white. They would go with any type of theme and could be used for all your wedding events. These tent cards are 3.5 by 2 inches once they are printed and cut out. Simply fold them tent-style and you're ready to go.

Add Some Variety

A blue and white place card

The Life of Amy J. Delightful

These printable wedding place cards from Amy J. Delightful are so sweet and come in a variety of designs from casual to elegant. You can mix and match the designs of these cards or choose one of many available patterns.

A Trendy Chalkboard Design

Creating chalkboard style wedding place cards.

Wedding Chicks

Wedding Chicks has some adorable place cards that resemble chalkboards, a hot design trend. After printing, you can write on them with artists' chalk or white crayon or marker for a more realistic look. Also, check out the matching table cards to complete the motif.

Sweet Hearts

A wedding place card in a frame next to a vase of roses.

DIY Network

These sweet cards from DIY Network with hearts and stripes will fit into any wedding style, no matter how formal or casual. Each place card can be customized with a guest's name and table number before printing.

Timeless and Chic

More than a dozen wedding place cards on a table

 Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart has designed some beautiful wedding place cards that come in black, gray, brown, orange, and blue.

If you're concerned about things looking too "matchy," don't fret: these place cards come in slightly different designs so you can have a seamless style without getting bored.

Pinstriped Polish

A gray and white striped place card.

Budget Savvy Bride

These lovely cards from the Budget Savvy Bride come in gray, black, and navy. Adorable stripes decorate the top of the place card, with room for the guests' names at the bottom. When you print out these place cards, they are arranged six per page. You can add your guests' names before or after printing.

Formal Elegance

A cream and black wedding place card on a plate.

Budget Savvy Bride

The Budget Savvy Bride has another very elegant wedding place cards that include the guests' names along with their table number. Black swirls decorate the rest of the card making it very formal looking. These may look expensive and opulent, but they are incredibly easy to customize and print.

Outside-the-Box Options

A printable wedding place card file.

Charming Ink

Here are some other place cards from Charming Ink that aren't explicitly designed for a wedding, but with a few tweaks, they would work perfectly. Add the guests' names to the front of the cards and then add the marrying couple's names or initials alongside the wedding date on the back.

Pop Up Ribbons

Wedding Place Cards
© Love Vs. Design

Basic Invite has some free wedding place cards that are especially for the most important people in your wedding party. Included are place cards for the Father of the Bride, Mother of the Bride, Maid of Honor, Father of the Groom, Mother of the Groom, and Best Man.