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Simple Solutions for Wedding Table Numbers

June 15, 2015 | Posted in Trends, Weddings

Let’s face it: table numbers are a necessary piece of the wedding day puzzle. After all, they tell your guests where they’re sitting – and that’s especially important when there might be 300 of them! (Yes, we said 300 – that’s the number of guests that our Crystal Ballroom at the Radisson Freehold can hold!)

Logistics aside, table numbers are the final detail that pulls your seating arrangements together. Luckily, even the most creative, whimsical ones are ridiculously easy to get your hands on. Here are some favorite ideas that add a little magic to your wedding day.

Picture this. Incredibly simple and so very versatile, photo frames are a hit for table numbers. Paint them the color of your choice (or stick with basic colors, like silver, gold, or black), add your numbers, and voila: instant table numbers.

Photo framed numbers can be as simple or detailed as you’d like. Beach wedding? Add seashells and starfish to the frame or number design. Winter wedding? Choose vivid seasonal colors (think shades of gold, red, or silver) and experiment with elegant typesettings. The possibilities are endless. See how it’s done:

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Rustic chic. Get creative with format – you don’t always have to use cardstock or frames. Carved wood circles, painted stones, pretty votive holders, or numbered tags tied to a jar or bottle are all ways to add beautiful details to rustic and vintage-themed weddings. We adore the woodsy, whimsical numbers here:

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Cheers! Wine bottles or glass bottles make terrific table numbers. Uncork your favorite Cabernet (or two, or four) and use labels, paint, or twine to transform them into a chic table number that will pull your tables together seamlessly.

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Get personal. Here’s a rule – table numbers don’t have to be table numbers at all. We’ve had couples use everything from their love of travel to their alma maters to their favorite sports for tables numbers that are both incredibly personal and fun. How cool are these?

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Better yet, why not let the Crystal Ballroom (or any of our sister venues) do the work for you? If you’re short on time or just not the DIY type, consider it handled. We’ll provide standard numbers at each table – no fuss, no confusion, and no work from you required. It’s all part of wanting to make your special day go as smoothly as possible. We love our creative brides and grooms, but just in case it doesn’t work out, here’s how it looks:

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Still in need of ideas? Check out photos from our NJ wedding venues, or check out this fun list from Brides.com for even more trends.

– Jessica M.

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