Post # 1
Our table numbers will be photos of places we’ve travelled together mounted on black cardstock. I don’t know if I should decorate the cardstock border or not. I made a few mockups in Powerpoint..can you let me know what looks best?
Post # 3
I like the rounded corners.
Have you played around with the picture in black and white, I think that would be so cool! great job by the way!
Post # 4
I think if you round the corners, you should round both the photo and backing corners. It looks a little mismatched with one squared off and one rounded. Cute photo though! 🙂
Post # 5
I like the rounded corners, but I would also round the photo’s corners.
Post # 6
I also think rounded looks best, and like the pp stated, I would round both the picture and the backing.
Post # 7
I like the rounded corners and I would also round the corners of the photo. Also I suggest that you make the numbers larger so great aunt Ida is not squinting while trying to locate her table.
Post # 8
I agree with everyone – rounded corners for the photo, matting and make the number much bigger! People are going to look for that number first and foremost.
Post # 9
Thanks! I will try the rounded photos and matting. I already had the photos printed (at a pretty high price too!) so I can’t make the number any bigger. But I’m hoping that people will use the photo name AND number to find their table…all of them (except the one with the Las Vegas sign) have the location printed as well, like this one.
Post # 10
Double yes to the rounded photo and rounded matte! What a neat idea!
Post # 11
I really like the rounded corners and agree you should round both the photo corners and cardstock corners. I think the number is fine, especially since you have the location as well!
Post # 12
I was thinking of doing something similar for my table numbers, and may steal your idea! Love it!