Post # 1
I was bored this afternoon so that means I had some spare time to play around with photoshop & attempt a couple table # mock ups. Which do you like best? (The one is an actual e-photo of ours)
My concern with the e-photo ones is that the actual table #s aren’t going to be noticeable.
Post # 3
I really like the picture of you too! Its really cute! Maybe matt the picture black paper and have a few inches of black showing on the top and cut out white letters? that would really stand out
Post # 4
Oh i love your E-pic ones.
To make the number more noticeable you could get rid of the word Table and just do a really big number! 🙂
Post # 5
I like the one with the photos but I’m biased. I used random pictures of my sister, her Fiance, and there dog. I changed the pics to black and white and made the actual number yellow. Each number is positioned according to how the picture is so as not to cover up faces or anything.
Her colors are black, white, and yellow (this is a cell phone pic of my computer screen b/c I did her table numbers in MS Word)
Post # 6
if you really want to use the e-pic one. you can just put the number 22, instead of putting “table 22” and then increase the size of the number 22..
Post # 7
As a guest, I was really annoyed at the last wedding I went to, because I couldn’t see the table numbers really well and I was walking all over the place.
What about using the e-pic then the lace thing above. I attached what I’m trying to communicate.
Post # 8
I personally like your e-pic one better. Has pizzazz and personality!
Post # 9
i like the e-pic better…it has a more personal touch, i would also drop the word table and just got with a bigger number…
Post # 10
I like the e-pic better, but I agree with baileyh and bells to lose the “table” and just make the numbers big.
Post # 11
Thanks for all the input guys! So would you prefer something like this? (I really need to d/l a better font)
Post # 12
I like them both! But I always go for the decor that is most personal. Therefore, I think you should use the first pic. So pretty!
Post # 13
in order to make the number stick out more you could add a white border around the black numbers
Post # 14
Ok! I was bored again and throwing around more table # ideas. This is obviously a very painful example of what it could look like on our table. We’re having vintage tins for part of our centerpieces (as well as vintage bottles and mason jars) so my Maid/Matron of Honor gave me the idea to stick the table numbers out of the middle of the tin so they’re noticeable. Is this tacky, though?
If I were to really do this, I’d use black cardstock I think and then stencils or something to make the “table 22” more elegant than my own ugly handwriting lol.
Post # 15
whatever you do don’t have a #13 it’s bad luck!