Wedding table numbers serve a specific purpose of guiding guests to their correct seats, so it is important that they are noticeable and legible. However, just because they are a necessary element does not mean that they have to be boring! Decorating your wedding table numbers is a fun way to make your wedding unique to you. To help you brainstorm ways to decorate with your wedding table numbers, FTD has compiled 28 of their favorite kinds and broken them down into four different styles: floral-inspired, simple, glam and rustic.
Floral-Inspired Wedding Table Numbers
Create floral-inspired wedding table numbers by printing floral designs on paper cards. Make a cohesive look by placing these cards on card holders that match the vases of the floral centerpieces on your table.
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
Simple Wedding Table Numbers
For the brides that prefer a more classic style in their wedding design, use elegant font for your table number design. Pair these with soft pastel colors to create a chic, yet simple look.
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
Glam Wedding Table Numbers
Add gold and sparkles to glam up your wedding table number design. Match with decorative candles to create a high-class look.
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 rightphoto by: Bret Cole
Rustic Wedding Table Numbers
Put your wedding table numbers on wooden backgrounds for a rustic look. Add different types of greenery for a more natural design.
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