• Lauren Joy Photography, Gold Coast.

Table number ideas

By Bride and Groom 26 September 2017

Any ordinary table number will help guests find their seats, but it’s the smallest details that help inject personality into a wedding day.

Sweet and simple

Card table numbers can easily be designed to complement any décor theme with delightful illustrations and patterns.

For a more personalised touch you could even incorporate photos of the bride and groom.

John Mitchell Photography. 

Frame it

Adding a frame can elevate a minimalist table number design.

Whether your style is rustic, classic elegance or anything in-between there will be no trouble finding a frame to match.

Lisa Nardella Photography. 

Modern luxe

Acrylic or perspex signs are the latest trend when it comes to weddings.

Calligraphy or simple san sheriff fonts in white, black or a touch of metallic will bring a classy statement to any table setting. 

Wooden elements

Rustic décor is having a moment and timber features are at the core of this trend.

From wooden logs and repurposed items to free standing signs in natural timbers or painted to tie into your colour scheme, there are plenty of choices when it comes to table numbers.

Pure Mac Photography.
Pure Mac Photography.
Tess Follett Photography. 
Pure Mac Photography. 

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