December 5, 2017

Make It Personal: Unique Wedding Table Number Ideas

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There’s nothing we love more than to see a couple use wedding decor to share chapters from their love story. Table numbers are a great way to add a personal touch to your reception. The idea is not to over do it. You don’t want your wedding table numbers to outshine centerpieces and disrupt the decorative flow you worked so hard to achieve! Rather, they should complement the table atmosphere while expressing your love and personality. For the bride in need of inspiration, we went through the Real BB Wedding archives and rounded up our favorite table number designs.

 

Christina & Damon - High Centerpiece - Book Themed Centerpiece - Windows on the Water - Stephen Govel Photography

Christina & Damon – High Centerpiece – Book Themed Centerpiece – Windows on the Water – Stephen Govel Photography


 

Here’s wonderful idea for the bibliophile couple! Print table numbers on pages from your favorite books.

 

Margarita & Jose Wedding - Table Marker - Brooklyn Winery - Photography by Brind Amour

Margarita & Jose Wedding – Table Marker – Brooklyn Winery – Photography by Brind Amour

 

Perfect for a small, cozy venue like the Brooklyn Winery, table numbers may not be needed. But you can still have have fun with table markers. Here, places such as Central Park that have special meaning to the bride and groom are put on display.

 

Shelby & Jon Wedding - Centerpiece - Bryant Park Grill - Craig Warga Photography

Shelby & Jon Wedding – Centerpiece – Bryant Park Grill – Craig Warga Photography

 

When you are getting married at Bryant Park Grill in the heart of Manhattan, incorporating the iconic New York City skyline in decor is a must!

 

Amanda and Donald - Table Numbers - Liberty Warehouse - Photography by South Eleventh

Amanda and Donald – Table Numbers – Liberty Warehouse – Photography by South Eleventh

 

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most majestic landmarks in NYC. Sending a love note to the borough that means so much to them, this couple, who married at the Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, adorned table numbers with an illustration of the architectural marvel.

 

Kristen and Tom Wedding - Low Centerpiece - ivory and blush garden roses, greenery, hydrangea, gold mercury - Battery Gardens – Photo by Mekina Saylor

Kristen and Tom Wedding – Low Centerpiece – ivory and blush garden roses, greenery, hydrangea, gold mercury – Battery Gardens – Photo by Mekina Saylor

 

For all you die-hard Yankees fans out there, here’s a classy way to pledge allegiance to your favorite sports team on your wedding day.

 

Suzy & Jerry Wedding - Table Number Card - Low Centerpiece - Hydrangea Peony Spray Rose Ranunculus Seeded Eucalyptus - Bourne Mansion - Photography by Ryon Lockhart

Suzy & Jerry Wedding – Table Number Card – Low Centerpiece – Hydrangea Peony Spray Rose Ranunculus Seeded Eucalyptus – Bourne Mansion – Photography by Ryon Lockhart

 

This couple expressed their wanderlust heart by decorating their table card numbers with an illustration of the SkyPoint Observation Deck in Surfer’s Paradise, Australia.

 

Tracy & Michael Wedding - High Centerpiece - Hydrangea Peony Garden Rose Pink Peach - Brooklyn Botanical Garden - Photography by Emma McDonald Weddings

Tracy & Michael Wedding – High Centerpiece – Hydrangea Peony Garden Rose Pink Peach – Brooklyn Botanical Garden – Photography by Emma McDonald Weddings

 

Here’s a fantastic way to say something about your personal journey together. Assign tables with street signs denoting places that bear special meaning to you as a couple.

 

Alison & Sean Wedding - Centerpiece with Table Number - Old Field Club - by Paul Francis Photography

Alison & Sean Wedding – Centerpiece with Table Number – Old Field Club – by Paul Francis Photography

 

Of course we are going to love when a bride matches the design of the table number cards with her wedding blooms!

 

Cammie & Peter wedding - Low Centerpiece - Brooklyn Botanic Garden - by Nicki Sebastian Photography

Cammie & Peter wedding – Low Centerpiece – Brooklyn Botanic Garden – by Nicki Sebastian Photography

 

This couple looked to the natural beauty of their venue, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and created table numbers using lovely flower seed packets.

 

Dahiana & Christopher Wedding - Low Centerpiece with Table Number - Mansion Timber Point - by William Thomas Photography

Dahiana & Christopher Wedding – Low Centerpiece with Table Number – Mansion Timber Point – by William Thomas Photography

 

Because it’s your day to shine! Show your glamorous side by using jewel adorned frames to hold number cards.

Sure, standard table numbers will help guests find their seats at the reception. But why be standard when you can use these markers to ramp up your wedding style and personality?!

 

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