This crafty couple got creative with their decor including these cute-as-a-button table names. Tables were called after childhood cartoon favourites such as Care Bears and Transformers but you could use lots of other common interests - footie teams or your fave books or cocktails for instance.
Embrace your love of music by dedicating your table names to your favourite musicians. If you're looking to go all out with the music theme, you could opt for records like so! You can use everything from bands to songs and albums.
3.Reeling in the Years
If you're looking to get those personal touches in to your decor, this is a really sweet way to do it! Create table names by using photographs that correspond to a certain age or year – it give guests a bit of an insight in your younger years and a bit of a laugh if the photos are of the awkward variety!
Similar to the last idea, these adorable table numbers combine childhood pictures of the newlyweds this time at a particular age - personal and a great conversation starter.
Another lovely idea is to incorporate postcards of places you have been together! Backpacked South East Asia, holidayed in sunny hotspots or road tripped USA? Include pictures, place names or even postcards of places you’ve been to make it more personal, especially if you’re planning a bit of a travel themed wedding bash.
6.Milestones & Memories
If you want order and to make things easy on your guests, there's nothing to say you can’t use numbers but you can still include some degree of sentiment. We adore what this couple have done, giving each number a meaning significant to their story such as a special date, event or even random ideas like their lucky numbers. It’s a great way to share interesting facts with your guests and it will get plenty of aww’s!
Bit of a movie buff? Name your tables after your favourite films (or after your favourite TV shows either!). If you want to jazz them up you could even include fun iconic images from the films.
Are you quite the festival couple or do you love going to gigs? Use ticket stubs from gigs you've been to as a fun and interesting way to seat your guests and give them an insight in to your musical tastes!
Are there special places that mean something to you and your other half? The pub you met, the cafe you went to on your first date, a favourite park... think about places that mean something to you and use them to mark out your tables - you could even include a little caption explaining the significance of the place.
If you're looking to create an uber fun tablescape, this one will be right down your aisle! This couple choose to forgo traditional table numbers and opted for nostalgic board games to indicate to guests where they were sitting. Cluedo, jenga, snakes and ladders... the options are endless and are guaranteed to make guests smile!
11.Queen of Hearts
This one is actually a place card holder but we think it could be just as adorable as a table name or number for those having an eclectic or afternoon tea inspired wedding.
Whether you opt for wine bottles, the chalk or clear glass variety or bottles embellished with paper or twine, bottles are a great way to display numbers. They’re an alternative to the likes of frames and they can add some height to your tablescape.
You might not be quite the scrabble connoisseur but there's nothing to stop you incorporating these cute little squares in to your tables. Spell out favourite songs, numbers or anything else you please.
There are lots of creative ways to display plain numbers - wooden slabs or slices, freestanding numbers (cover in fun fabrics to match your theme), old frames, tins, chalk boards, the options are endless!
source: wedding online, pinterset