Master April 2015

Show me your table numbers !

Lucy, on October 29, 2014 at 1:24 PM Posted in Style and Décor 0 18
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I don't know if I can't decide on table numbers because I can't figure out how to match them well with the centerpieces, or because I really haven't liked anything I've seen ! I've been searching etsy for about 6 hours now... (It's a reaaaaallly slow day at work today) and I haven't found anything that really caught my eye. So show me some pics of what you guys did !


  • FutureMrsZottola
    Master July 2015
    FutureMrsZottola ·

    Here is what they will look like... right now they are just the #'s (unpainted). I glued them all together but haven't painted them yet!

  • Future Mrs. Wilson
    Expert March 2015
    Future Mrs. Wilson ·

    Not the best pic in the world but our centerpiece will be something like pic number 1. Our escort card table sign is pic 2 (we will have candy bags with name/table# tags attached and pic 3 are the table numbers.

    The signs are all chalkboards.

  • Mrs Rueckert
    Expert November 2014
    Mrs Rueckert ·

    This is what ours look like

  • AndixLyn
    Master June 2015
    AndixLyn ·

    Mine is a pdf, i had FH pick his favorite font options, they will be double sided on a wooden skewer in between the 3 vases centerpiece. super simple and basic

  • Staci
    Master September 2014
    Staci ·

    The books might not be your thing obviously, but I did like how the picture frames worked out!

  • Silan
    Master April 2015
    Silan ·

    FH and I are sort of bird geeks, so I'm using birds from our backyard as table numbers. I've got pencil drawings of all the birds that I will be printing on card stock with the bird name. Then I'll be gluing them onto gray chip board (it's sort of banner shaped) and using the table number stands the venue provides.

  • Karley
    Super November 2014
    Karley ·

    I bought two of the small chalk board easels from Michaels to use for table numbers. (We only have two tables other than the head table)

  • NotAllWhoWanderAreLost
    Master August 2015
    NotAllWhoWanderAreLost ·

    Hahaha this probably won't help, but this is what mine look like!!

  • Summerbridejen
    Expert May 2015
    Summerbridejen ·

    Matches my cake topper

  • MrsHicks
    Master June 2014
    MrsHicks ·

    I did famous couples

  • KristenMeowza
    Master October 2014
    KristenMeowza ·

    I loved mine.

  • emsings83
    Dedicated December 2014
    emsings83 ·

    I had the hardest time finding table numbers! I wanted something on a stick to put in the middle of my centerpieces. I finally found some on Etsy, and we are painting them silver (they will be stuck into a hurricane container filled with multi-colored Christmas balls).

    Here are the ones we ordered:

  • Jillian
    Master May 2015
    Jillian ·

    The décor company I'm using has cute little blingy frames. They are $3.50 each to rent. He thought we could figure something else out after looking around he agreed we couldn't do frames for that much. I'm going to make escort cards, so I think I'm going to just make them to match. They will be out of paper in a triangle to stand up. I may go back to the frames as a backup, but we will see.

  • Dminted*Bride
    VIP May 2016
    Dminted*Bride ·


  • Nicole
    Super November 2014
    Nicole ·

    These are mine. Every number has a picture of FH and I at that age. I made them myself and had them printed locally.

  • Munashi
    Super October 2014
    Munashi ·

    We did table names instead of numbers. Tables were named for the virtues of the Bushido Code: Righteousness, Courage, Compassion, Respect, Honesty, Honor, Loyalty, and the bonus virtue of Wisdom (there are 7 virtues, but we had to add an 8th table so I used an associated value for #8).

    Colors were red and gold.

  • Kim
    Master June 2014
    Kim ·

    Here were mine! They were DIY..

  • Lindsay Y
    VIP July 2014
    Lindsay Y ·

    You can see our table numbers in this pic. We work in the race industry, so we took pictures of us wearing bib numbers all over the city, and then the place cards were also little bib numbers!

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