Looking for a unique way to make your tables at your reception stand out? Coming up with creative wedding table numbers can help you achieve a look all your own on your big day. Check out these 5 ideas for out of the box wedding table numbers from our event specialists, or memorymakers, at each of our Landmark Venues!

Glittering in Gold

For table decor that really makes a statement, opt to use gold colors in your wedding table numbers and in your servingware. This couple from Liberty House chose a beautiful, vintage style plate to accent their simple yet elegant table numbers. Using gold is an easy way to transform your tables and really make them special.

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Photo by Kay English Photography 

Rustic Wedding Table Numbers

If you’re trying to achieve a more rustic vibe for your wedding reception, try using beautiful wooden table numbers, like the ones used in this Stone House wedding. Choose different colors and finishes to match your centerpieces!


Photo by Dove Photography

Table Number Cut-Outs

Adorable! These cool table numbers can be customized in terms of font and color to perfectly match your invitations or other printed materials for your wedding day. You could find personalized cut-out table numbers on sites such as Etsy.com or even find ready-made numbers at craft stores such as Michaels.


Photo by Off BEET Photography 

Incorporating Wine

Wine bottles are super versatile and can make great wedding table numbers. This couple at Stone House incorporated their theme and also used names for the tables instead of numbers. To personalize your wine bottle table numbers, you can use multiple wine bottles of various heights and colors to add a little interest.


Photo by Ting Yi Studio

Beautiful Bottles

This idea can be a great DIY idea! Many couples opt to use mason jars or other funky jars for a unique effect for their table decor. You can attach the number on the front side like this Stone House couple or you can attach the number printed on a unique tag tied to the top of the bottle. Don’t be afraid to get creative with this one!


Photo by Thérèse Marie Wagner Photography