I was asked a few months ago to create some wedding ideas for a Salt Lake Bride and Groom feature in their gorgeous magazine. Weddings aren’t usually my thing, but I couldn’t say no to this fun project. I came up with a few table number suggestions to share with their readers. I think these ideas can be incorporated into lots of different parties, especially if you’re doing a special number themed birthday (like a first birthday or sweet sixteen) or an anniversary. Enjoy!
Here are the table number ideas in a nutshell:
1. Incorporate a table number–or special birthday number–into the floral arrangements. For this picture I attached a simple house number (find them at Lowe’s or Home Depot) to a tall twig. Megan Dunford from Persimmon Floral created this beautiful arrangement.
2. Fill glass or apothecary jars with candies to coordinate with the party colors. I attached a vinyl number to the jar and included a small metal scoop so guests would feel welcome to help themselves.
3. Use double sided frames to show off pictures of the bride + groom or the birthday kid. I think photographs are great conversation starters and kids always love to see pictures of themselves. You can use the other side to show off more pictures, as a table number or to highlight the birthday child’s age.
4. Display a table number (or the birthday child’s name, etc.) in a simple place card holder and add a container full of bubbles or other party favors that guests can have fun with or take home.