Post # 1
Hello everyone, im just new on here but loving browsing through all the ideas!
Im looking for some advice on table names. Originally we had picked precious jewels and stones, top table would be diamond and we would have ruby, sapphire etc… we attended a friends wedding a few months ago and this is what their table names were 🙁 so now im pretty stuck on what to do.
Our theme is love hearts and our colours are Royal blue and silver. We thought about doing the quotes from the love heart sweets but were not keen on this idea as its pretty popular.
Personally I love the idea of the top table being named Royal Blue and the other tables (8 total) having diff colours of blue, navy, sky etc and a matching ribbon decorating the table name. A few people have said this a bit tacky, what do you lovely brides think?
I also like the idea of using our fav sweets, jelly babies, haribo, jelly beans, m&ms etc and having a small bowl of these on the tables but not sure?
any advice is greatly appreciated! (the wedding is in April, 8 weeks to go 😀 )
Post # 3
@bluebaby1: Hmm, I personally like sticking to numbers but if you want table names then I see no problem with that!
Here are some blue names:
Post # 4
I agree that numbers are typically better.
But if you’re going to go with table names, why not do something personal? Favorite restaurants, cities, vacation spots, movies, etc.
Post # 5
@bluebaby1: is there going to be a lot of cross over in guests if not then just use the jewel idea. 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2013 - The Fox Hill Inn
@bluebaby1: I agree with crackktheskyy, why not do something personal?
We did table names for our wedding, and we named our tables after hikes that we’ve gone on together.
I’ve also been to weddings where the tables were names after places that were significant to either the bride, groom, or couple (ex. City where you met, place you got engaged, where you went to college, first place you went on vacation together etc). What helps with table names like these though is having a brief explanation for the guests sititng at that table, so they know why it’s significant!