Wedding Table Number Ideas
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Crafting table numbers from vintage books is a creative way to designate the wedding's many tables. Download the instructions.
Wine Bottle Display
Craft easy-to-make table numbers from wine bottles for a subtle addition to your table's centerpiece. Get the step-by-step instrucions.
A small wooden pick placed in potted cacti create a beautiful understated centerpiece.
Print table number cards and place in an exquisite rope knot for a beach or nautical-themed wedding. Design by Richelle Siatta of Pretty Chic SF.
Wrapped in fabric, this table number adds a pop of color to a table display. All numbers could be wrapped in the same color fabric or varying colors depending on the wedding style.
Around the World
Turn back time and share memories from favorite vacations and trips. Each table named by destination will be a fun way to engage guests as they reminisce the past and celebrate the future on your special day. Design by Jones Street Press
Charming in Chalk
Use a simple chalk plaque to display table numbers. This is a low-cost option for sophisticated rustic style.
Simple and Sophisticated
Simple cards can be personalized to add color and style to the table. A ribbon detail can help to tie in other wedding colors.
Instead of using traditional numbers, name the tables from a certain catergory. Cut from wooden logs, these table names are a creative way to differentiate tables.
Chalk table numbers are an easy way to designate table numbers. Clipped to a potted plant, these table numbers add a whimsical touch to a rustic wedding. Design by Pattie Gowing of Charlie Chalk Designs.
Door Knob Design
A creative twist on the traditional wooden table number uses house numbers and a unique door knob to create the perfect rustic centerpiece. Design by Karis Walker of The Sunshine Party Studio.
Printing your own placecards is an inexpensive way to designate tables. A simple, silver placecard holder keeps the table number visible next to the table's centerpiece.
Simple wooden numbers on wooden picks are a fun way to number the tables at a rustic wedding. Placed in a colorful floral centerpiece, these make an easily recognizable and beautiful tabletop display. Design by Nicole Oliver.
Take your guests on a stroll down memory lane and number the tables by year. Choose a picture of the bride and groom in that year for a fun and personalized tabletop display. Design by Corie Saunders of Simple Simon Design.
A simple, printed table number nestled beside the centerpiece gives subtle guidance for wandering guests. Frame and place table number cards on a picture frame holder for stability.
Personalize the display with pictures of the new couple's favorite places. Whether it be a favorite park, coffee shop or landmark, these table numbers will be an adorable decoration guests are sure to enjoy. Design by Dreams that Sparkle NY
These custom calligraphy table numbers add a simple, yet elegant touch to a table. Using a wine cork as a stand for the table number is a creative and inexpensive way to add sophistication to your centerpiece. Design by Jane Dolan of Southern Calligraphy.
Labeled with Love
Wine bottle labels printed with the table number are a creative way to save money on your tabletop display. These can serve as a romantic centerpiece accent, a drink for guests as well as a table number. Design by Robyn Love Steele of Designs by Robyn Love
Add a pop of color and touch of vintage flair with these printable table numbers. Fixed to a wooden pick, they are the perfect addition to a floral centerpiece. Design by Barbara Whitehead of Old Ways Fuss & Feathers.
Pretty in Pinecones
Frame printed table numbers and place as part of the centerpiece. A glass hurricane is a pretty, yet subtle way to display tabletop decor next to table numbers with a large presence.
Spice up your tabletop with glitter table numbers for a dazzling display. Design by Katherine Coe of GlitterBug Numbers.
Fabric Wrapped Table Number
Here's an easy way to add your wedding colors to the reception. Wrap large cardboard numbers in fabric swatches. The best part: These are super inexpensive to make. These big numbers are made from recycled cereal boxes, fabric and some basic craft supplies. Get the how-to instructions.