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Cirque du SeatEnhance your wedding’s décor with table names and designs that reflect your theme. Circus-themed label and stand, from Beau Papier.
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Chalk One UpTeach your guests a lesson in creativity with crafty chalkboards. Chalkboard, from MiMi Design.
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Message on a BottleAllow your guests to toast the newlyweds over a bottle of wine that doubles as a table number. Cheers to you—and everyone else. Wine label, from MiMi Design
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Nod to NatureCalling all nature lovers. This birch holder and Lake Minnetonka sign adds a rustic effect while keeping it pretty and personal. Birch tree holder and Lake Minnetonka sign, from MiMi Design
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One if by LandPlanning a trendy event? Be sure to include a lantern, which is currently the most coveted wedding accoutrement. Lantern, from Après Party and Tent Rental.
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ShowtimeWhy use a number when you have your favorite shows to guide the way? Find a topic you both love and let variations of that set the seating stage. Playbill, from MiMi Design.
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Spin You RoundIf you and your groom love to groove, let the music move you to use a table number your guests will never forget. Record, from MiMi Design.
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Cut It OutLaser cutting is all the rage in paper trends this year. Keep your table numbers current with this cutting-edge design. Laser-cut number and tree holder, from Watermark Stationery.
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Paint by NumbersFor tradition with a twist, paint your numbers on wooden blocks that match the theme of your wedding—they’ll blend without being boring. Painted wooden number, from Paperista.
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Burning LoveThere’s nothing more romantic than a candlelit evening. Enhance your setting with table numbers that create an illuminating glow. Etched glass canister, from MiMi Design.
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What’s Your Sign?For a hip twist to your décor, use readerboard digits to designate your tables. Bonus: They’re cheap and easy to find. Sign numbers, from MiMi Design.
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Mail It InWho would have thought that address numbers could make such a catchy addition? It sounds so easy but looks so hip. Address numbers, from MiMi Design.
Creativity knows no bounds when it comes to planning a wedding—and table numbers are no exception. Tented cards and simple stands are a thing of the past; the table numbers of today boast details that pack some serious personality.