Friday Five: Out of the Box Wedding Card Holders

Hi everybody! I hope you are having a fantastic Friday! This week we are going explore some great ideas about what can be used to hold your wedding cards at your wedding. It is great to have a place where guests can put their wedding cards so they don’t get lost in a sea of presents, or even worse disappear off the gift table to never be found again. So without further ado, here are some wonderful wedding card box ideas!

#1 A Bird Cage

Birdcages are elegant, beautiful, and available in a variety of colors. You can also decorate it however you want.

#2 A Mailbox

You get cards from a mailbox anyway, so why not use it to hold your wedding cards?

#3 A Beautiful Hat Box or Boxes

Hat boxes with slits cut in the top can make beautifully easy card holders! Plus if you stack them, they can look like a wedding cake!

#4 A Treasure Chest

What’s better to put your treasure in than a treasure box! I love the idea of have a white one instead of the usual brown and putting a sweet saying on it or the couple’s initials!

#5 A Hollowed Out Tree Stump

There are very few card boxes more unique that a tree stump! And it can be a DIY project!

And that is your Friday Five? What kind of card box do you plan to use at your wedding?


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