Table Number Inspiration

We’ve often said that it’s the little details that make a wedding special and unique. One detail you should not overlook is your table numbers! The simplest, easiest ideas can add so much charm to your centerpieces.

1. If you’re including books in your centerpieces, why not cut the table numbers out of paper? So easy (and easy on the budget)! via 100 Layer Cake

2. Another easy and budget friendly idea is to paint the numbers on blocks of weathered wood. Perfect for a rustic wedding! via OnceWed

3. Let your table numbers do double duty as your guestbook. Put the numbers on the covers of blank notebooks and have each table write about a different topic (favorite love song, best place for a date, etc.) Guests will have more time to write something personal, and the notes promise to much more interesting than a typical guestbook! Idea via OnceWed, via Ruffled.

4. Another easy and inexpensive way to let your table numbers do double-duty is to punch holes forming the numbers in recycled tin cans and use the cans as votives! via 100 Layer Cake.

6. We love this idea, via Style Me Pretty. Jumbo clothespins hold up an eclectic mix of vintage-inspired table numbers–so pretty and romantic!

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  1. Wowza! Loving these ideas…it’s so crazy how effortless yet beautiful these can be. Thanks for the great inspiration!

  2. Love all the great inspiration you guys pulled!

  3. Ooo! Love that first book idea!!

  4. I like the text paper idea. I always love text paper!

  5. I like the book cut out, used your image in a blog post!!! Love your Blog!!!

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