Wedding Ideas — 3 DIY Table Numbers

Wedding week continues here on the Country Chic Cottage.  Be sure to check out the three candle holders from day 1, three vases from day 2, my day 1 round up of ideas from other bloggers, my day 3, and day 2 round up as well.  This morning I am back with another tutorial and this afternoon I will again show off some ideas from my blog friends.  Don’t miss it as all of the tutorials this week will become decorated table ideas on Thursday.  For today’s wedding idea, I have three DIY table numbers for you.  They are all simple to make yourself and I have a variety from the very elegant to the very rustic.   

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials
 
 

Let’s start with that elegant version on the left.  The table numbers for this version along with the stands are from the David Tutera Bridal Collection.  You will also need a twinkles writer in silver from Decoart.
 

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

 
I simple drew onto the table number with my twinkles writer following the outline of the border.  So simple yet gives a special touch to your table.

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

Next up is a very rustic version of a table number.  I picked up these wooden coasters at Joanns.  Paint both sides white with craft paint.

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

Carefully cut out a burlap number using scissors or a craft knife.

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

Then use fabric Mod Podge to adhere the burlap to the wooden square.

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

This makes for a wonderfully rustic table number that is quick and easy to make yourself.

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials
 
Next up is a faux bois table number that falls somewhere in between on the rustic versus elegant scale.  The Martha Stewart paper I used is from Consumer Crafts.  
 

DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

 
I used my Silhouette to cut the numbers and the signs.  You could look into purchasing punches or just carefully cut with a craft knife.  I then used Mod Podge to sandwich the entire thing together.
 
DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials
 
So easy!  Plus trendy with that faux bois that seems to be so hot right now.
DIY Wedding Ideas -- 3 Table Number Tutorials

I hope you enjoyed these DIY wedding ideas and will make one of these table numbers for your own reception.  
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Some of the items used in this tutorial were given to me in conjunction with campaigns.  The opinions in this post are my own.
 

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