Unique Wedding Table Numbers
Table Number Runner
For this real wedding in Athens, Georgia, the couple stenciled large numbers onto runners that extended over the end of each table.
Paint Chip Table Number
This cute and simple table number was rubber-stamped onto a bright yellow paint chip.
Location Table Cards
To share their love of travel, this real couple named each of their reception tables after a city or state significant to their relationship. Instead of numbers, maps were used to label each table.
Balloon Table Card
Table numbers painted onto hang tags using stencils from a hardware store are tied to oversize helium balloons to mark each table.
Lantern Table Number
Here, galvanized metal lanterns from Ikea were painted with orange numbers and anchored each table.
Burlap Table Number
Wine bottles wrapped in screen-printed ivory burlap marked each table.
Pebble Table Number
Here's a beautiful way to weight menus at an outdoor wedding -- and identify tables at the same time. For each plate, you'll need a smooth, unpolished stone -- we used Mexican beach pebbles. Add the table number with a rubber stamp and ink pad. Do the stamping a day or two before the wedding so ink can dry.
Flower Box Table Card
A table number is embroidered onto ribbon encircling the the largest box, all of which are topped with flowers to create a beautiful centerpiece.
Shiny Table Number
Golden vessels bearing silver number stickers create a glimmering display.
Glass-Bottle Table Number
White vinyl numbers were affixed to glass bottles to denote each table.
Creative Table Number
For this wedding, a series of characters were designed to hold up the hand-painted table numbers. For example, the card for table 11 featured a piggyback ride; another table showed the couple's two cats holding up a sign with the table number.
Casual Table Number
Place fresh German chamomile in a jar, then wrap it in a white paper bag tied with a tag to display each table number.
Wine Bottle Table Number
Have wine bottles do double-duty as table numbers. Paper printed with large, graphic numerals can be adhered over existing labels with double-sided tape for a clean, contemporary look.
Table Number Centerpiece
Enamel pails overflowing with fresh green and white hydrangeas work as table numbers with the addition of numeral stickers.
Natural Table Number
For a rustic wedding, craft table numbers using tree trunks and twigs.
Comic Book Table Numbers
A trio of photo cubes displaying wedding-themed graphics from vintage Avengers, Aquaman, and other comic books also shows each table number.
Cloud Table Card
For this cloud-themed wedding, cards were displayed along with mini white arrangements of baby's breath and white hydrangeas placed in vintage tureens.
Hawaiian Table Card
Vintage Hawaiian album covers served as table cards at this Oahu, Hawaii, wedding.
Seed Packet Table Card
For a farm-fresh wedding, mark tables with beautifully printed seed packets.
Stamped Constellation Table Cards
Instead of labeling each table with a number, give each a constellation (for instance, Orion). Stamp it on a card, and place in a holder.
Animal Table Card
Here, a different ranch animal presides over each table, set with mismatched plates and napkins for a rustic, intimate, family-dinner vibe.
Sentimental Table Card
At this wedding, city names subbed as table numbers; they were displayed on cute cards that explained the importance of the location to the couple.
Rustic Table Marker
Small pieces of distressed wood, calligraphed with Italian words chosen for their significance to the couple, named each table at this wedding.
City Table Card
This travel-loving couple named each table at their wedding after a city of significance for them.
Nautical Table Card
At this Nantucket wedding, each table was assigned a different nautical symbol. The head table was a heart-shaped rope.
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