Numbering tables at your wedding reception doesn’t have to be boring and uninspired. Add another touch of creativity and style by relying on unique signs and décor to identify tables. Here are a few clever methods to use for numbering tables:
Photos: Label each table’s number with a photo of you and your spouse posing with the corresponding number. This can be as creative as you want it to be. Drive around town to pose near street signs, addresses, or statues of numbers or create unique and whimsical signs to model in the pics…info on photo booths.
Wine Bottles: Wrap wine bottles in customized labels including the table number. These beautiful markers serve double-duty as both table signs and beverages for guests, and since they’re a DIY task, you can personally select the font and colors that best complement your theme.
Chalkboards: Create a touch of whimsy with chalkboard drawings of table numbers. Prop small chalkboards up against centerpieces or on mini easels to display in a charming way.
Centerpieces: Incorporate your table number into your centerpiece. Add table numbers to vases, candleholders, or jars for a chic, sophisticated way to mark tables.
Calligraphy: Calligraphy is a classy and elegant way to advertise table numbers. Hire a calligraphist to craft table numbers in your wedding colors and display in frames or place card holders.
Stand-alone Numbers: Find numbers, crafted out of metal, plastic, or glass, to display on tables as identifiers. Search a local home improvement store for address numbers or a craft store for ceramic, paintable numbers that can be customized for your wedding.
Chair Covers: Display table numbers on chair backs by incorporating them into chair covers or adhere hanging signs to chair arms or backs.