Table numbers are a necessary detail in every wedding, but when it comes to budget allocation, table numbers rarely make the priority list! We've found wedding table numbers the easiest thing to DIY, especially using new or discarded frames. These can be easily turned into table signage making it easier for guests to identify their table. Check out the framed wedding table number ideas below.
Pretty In Pink Take a classic miniature baroque frame, remove the glass, line it with pink cotton fabric, glue on a white felt table number and it will look as pretty as a picture nestled amongst the table flowers.
Shabby Chic An old frame from a charity store has been glamourised with a rubber-stamped background and a Kraft number dipped in glitter and hot-glued to the paper. Rubber stamp is available from www.stampinup.com.au Kraft numbers are available from www.eckersleys.com.au
Floral Flair A miniature picture frame purchased from a discount store, has been restyled into a table number sign and sits prettily amongst the flower arrangements. Remove the glass from the frame and fit it with a table number before hot gluing a bamboo stick or skewer to the back of the frame.
Homespun Add a crafty look to the tables. A collection of pretty yellow buttons has been used to make the table number which has been attached with hot glue to a hessian background. The frame is from a discount store and bulk buttons are available from craft stores.
What are you doing for your wedding table numbers?