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Free Easter Decorations: Victorian Easter Table Place Cards Template

These elegant Victorian Easter place cards are easy to make

Easter is a time to share with friends and family. If you're planning an Easter gathering, why not surprise your guests with a Victorian theme? The Victorians loved Easter, because it featured themes they loved: flowers, Springtime, animals and elegance. Some things are timeless, so it's completely appropriate that we borrow a little of that spirit for our Easter holidays.

The Easter table place cards on this page will introduce a true Victorian feel to your table, yet they couldn't be simpler to make. If you happen to know calligraphy, you can dress these up even further by making the name on each place card a work of art. But even if you don't know calligraphy or have beautiful handwriting, you can still make the cards look lovely. Just use a rubber stamp with rotating letters that will allow you to spell out each name. That and some colorful ink will make these look great. Both should be readily available at your craft store.

Sample Victorian Easter Place Card Decorations


Download the Easter Table Place Cards Here

Using the matching Easter place cards pictured to the right to dress up your table is easy. Just download either the Word document or PDF, print it on cardstock and cut on the orange dotted lines. Then, just fold each card in half and write your guests names on them, and you'll have instant elegance.

Download here:

Word document


And if you want to continue the Victorian theme, why not make these easy Victorian Easter baskets that match the place cards and can be used as individual party favors or make these vintage Easter cards?

Easter Poll

Vintage Easter Clip Art

Easter Decorations Terms of Use

You are free to use this template for your own use or to make place cards for others. But you may not sell the template, give it away as part of a larger collection or incorporate it into any other products without permission.

Please contact Carla at Carla [@] B2BContentSolutions [.com] if you have any questions or special requests.

Easter Hubs from WordPlay


Lady Texan on April 14, 2011:

Loved the Victorian place cards and just

wanted to say THANKS!!

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Prosperity66 on November 30, 2008:

Thanks for these great place cards!

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 20, 2008:

Hi, Ruthie. It's good to meet a fellow Victoriana lover!

Check out some of my other hubs; they have free Victorian images too. I just obtained some new Victorian images, so I'll be adding even more Victoriana hubs in the future.

RUTHIE17 on March 20, 2008:


I too love Victorian but it's getting hard to find the real thing.

People don't seem to realize that selected pieces of Victorian can fit in with any décor and give it that "personal" touch.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 19, 2008:

Thanks for sharing that story, Zsuzsy Bee! I've always been interested in anything Victorian, so I love these little cards.

Zsuzsy Bee from Ontario/Canada on March 19, 2008:

I remember those victorian style cards were available for sale when I was a little girl. The store had a big enormously long counter and belonged to a nice little dumpling of a woman with blue hair. Whenever I misbehaved I went and bought Mom a little card (they came in scented too). As I remember I was a regular customer...thanks for a nice bunch of memories

regards Zsuzsy

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