by Amanda Ullmann July 06, 2017 2 min read

Adding table numbers for weddings can make things slightly less complicated. However, finding a cute way to display your table numbers can become overwhelming. That's where we can help.

Table numbers for weddings have to somewhat go along with you theme and color palette otherwise they might stick out like a sore thumb. We have ideas to help you figure out which table numbers for weddings fit your kind of AMAZING.

Chalkboards:

This is perhaps one of the easiest ways to create table numbers for weddings. Since chalk is erasable you can use the chalkboards again and again. To put a twist on it you can use chalkboard votive candle holders for each table if you don't want large chalkboards. Either way you incorporate chalkboards they're a versatile piece that can be used time and time again.

Marquee lights:

Using marquee lights for table numbers for weddings can give that vintage touch that you may be searching for! You can get ones that require only batteries so they can stand alone without worrying about cords! This can light up your tables and make it easy for guests to figure out which table is which at your reception! Marquee lights also make a cute addition to your home so you can reuse the numbers as a part of your decor.

Candles:

This can be as simple or as creative as you want it to be, You could paint, or place a sticker on the side of a pillar candle or a candle holder. This way you can set your table and have the candle or holder be a part of your centerpiece. This is a good idea if you want to keep your tabletop simplified. Also, using candles or holders is a good way to add an accent color to your decor.

Craft it out:

This can be anything you want it to be really. You can get some wooden numbers from craft stores and decorate them to fit you theme. This could mean staining the wood, painting it, bedazzling it, or a number of other creative concepts. Doing something like this is more of a time commitment. However, you can make sure the table numbers look exactly how you want them. You could also get small canvases to paint and prop up on your table. So many great ways to incorporate your artistic touch into your tabletop.

Other ideas:

You don't even have to necessarily use numbers to mark your tables. One way is to use flower types, candle colors, or another variation among colors on your tabletop. You can incorporate many of the colors from your wedding palette into your reception this way. If you have any kind of potted plant, such as a succulent, you can add a number where the plant marker would normally go in the side of the pot.Whether or not you choose to have table numbers for weddings, there are an infinite number of ways to incorporate them into your decor that will fit your taste!