We went hunting for a little wedding table number inspiration and weren’t disappointed. Here are some fantastic ideas for wedding reception table numbers that aren’t just plain old table numbers!
Rustic jars of fresh roses
Hand-painted, distressed and sealed, these Mason jars come in sets of three and will be customised to match your colour themes and can be coated in burlop and/or jute, as well as words and numbers.
Don’t these laser-cut table numbers by Bluebelle Studio look great? And best of all, they’ll customise them to suit your wedding colours and theme.
Did somebody say rustic? These wooden block table numbers by One BIg Day Event Hire will perfectly suit your rustic or boho wedding.
Message in a bottle
You won’t find these message-in-a-bottles by Keen Eye Designz washed up on the beach. Instead they make a super cute wedding table number that will have your guests talking.
Blackboard painted pots
Doubling as a table centrepiece and table number, these cute terracotta plant pots house a darling succulent, but have been coated in a blackboard paint allowing couples to write anything they want, from a quote or a greeting to the names of those seated at the table and, of course, the table number!
Timber table runners
Well, this is clever. Instead of using standard cloth table runners, why not make or buy wooden ones with the table numbers marked at the plank’s two ends? You can decorate it with flowers, centrepieces or bottles of champagne! It’s definitely something a little different.
Talk about a little ‘comic’ fun, these retro-inspired Kapow-style table numbers can be made up to match any wedding colour scheme. The odd table numbers come in one design, while the even table numbers come in another. They measure 12.7 X 27.95 and, once designed to match your colour scheme, will be sent as a pdf so that you can get them printed up locally.
Hessian wine holders
Hessian bags denoting your table numbers are perfect for a rustic or country-themed wedding and will go down even better if they’re filled with a bottle of something delicious everyone at the table can enjoy while toasting your new marriage.