Table numbers are a decorative element that often gets overlooked in wedding decor. They serve a purpose of guiding guests to their seats, but why not get creative with them as well? Decorating your wedding table numbers is a unique way to customize your wedding and make it unique to you.
To help make your wedding table numbers special to you, FTD has rounded up 28 of their favorite kinds and broken them down into four different styles: rustic, glam, simple and floral-inspired.
Glam Wedding Table Numbers
Glam up your wedding table numbers by using golds and pastels to create a stylish, chic look. Try something different by putting them on a metallic gold book and remember, you can never go wrong with sparkles!
Top left photo by: Aga Jones Photography | Top right photo by: Emily Delamater | Middle bottom right photo by: This Love of Yours Photography | Bottom left photo by: Ana Lui | Bottom right photo by: Bret Cole
Simple Wedding Table Numbers
If you prefer more subtle decorations in your wedding decor, play around with soft blue and white hues to create a more classic look. Try these with elegant fonts for a tasteful design.
Top left photo by: Carmen Santorelli | Top right photo by: Michele Beckwith | Middle left photo by: Joel Serrato | Bottom left photo by: Branco Prata | Bottom right photo by: Jeff Sampson
Rustic Wedding Table Numbers
Create nature-inspired table numbers by putting your design on wooden backgrounds. You can also try using burlap or variegated wood for a more textured presence in your table decor.
Top left photo by: Natalie Watson | Top right photo by: Laura Ivanova | Middle left photo by: Justin Demutiis Photography | Middle top right photo by: Ameris
Floral-Inspired Wedding Table Numbers
Flowers play a vital role in wedding decor, so why not incorporate them into your table numbers as well! One way to do this is to print floral designs on table cards or have your numbers match the bride’s bouquet.
Top left photo by: Elizabeth Fogarty | Top right photo by: Carlie Statsky | Middle bottom left photo by: Ether & Smith | Middle right photo by: Acqua Photo | Bottom right photo by: Jessica Scott