It used to be that your tables were probably marked with a simple number or small table tent, but not so much anymore. Today’s brides are looking at this easy way to make their wedding more personal. Most of these table number ideas are DIY and you and your bridal party can have fun making them together.
This couple chose to use photos of themselves growing up with each table number.
Source: Laffler Photography
A simple die-cut card was all that was needed for this country wedding.
Source: Amy Carroll Photography
An elegant silver frame complimented the tables for this classic winter wedding.
Source: VESA Photography
Rather than traditional table numbers, this couple decided to use song titles for the reception tables based on who was sitting there.
Source: Ephemera Photographics
This wine wedding displayed single-stemmed sunflowers placed inside three empty wine bottles and tied together with the table numbers on mini chalkboards.
Source: Andres Valenzuela Photography
Rather than assigning each table a number, this couple chose to name them after various locations in London.
Source: Dean Michaels Studio
In true Yankees Baseball fashion, this couple designed their table numbers with navy blue pinstripes.
Source: John Agnello Photography
This winter wedding had a lot of bling, so the table numbers had some added sparkle too.
Source: The Studio Photographers