(Closed) Table Numbers…help?!?!

posted 9 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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Bumble bee

Why don’t you have table numbers with pictures of majors monuments in Italy like the Tower of Pisa or the Roman Colosseum?  You can probably get pics off google and have them printed, cut out, and put on each table.

And as wedding favors, you could supply everyone with bottles of olive oil http://www.oliveoilsource.com/wedding_favor.htm

 

 

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

A idea I really like is

paper o cardboard wrapped around a wine bottle simulatting a man´s shirt sleeve, with cufflinks and everything! Great for a wedding theme with some black/tuxedo style.

 

I´m having a chocolate theme so maybe I will layout some  giant chocolate numbers like these 

 

http://www.chocolatevault.com/alphabet.htm

 

I´m only having about 8 tables so no double digits! 

 

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

Get pictures of all the famous monuments in Italy like the Tower of Pisa and The Colluseum and use them as table numbers. You can also place olive oil bottles as wedding favors.

If you don’t have money, use fruit as centerpieces like grapes and pears.  You can have bruscetta as appetizers with red wine and cheese.  Wine doesn’t have to be expensive.  You can use two buck chuck and cheese is inexpensive if you get it at Costco.

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

We are also a long distance couple who has spent a lot of time on planes & in airports. Our table names are all the airport codes we’ve used to get to see one another (eg. SEA: Gate 1, LAX: Gate 2, YVR: Gate 3 so guests can find their way around easier). The back of our table "codes" are going to have quick facts about that city & why it is special to us. Each guest is going to find their table with a paper airplane seating card.

I would suggest taking the names of Italian cities or special places in Italy you visited. I went to one wedding where he was Italian & she was German. 1/2 the tables were German cities, the other were Italian. I love creative table names instead of numbers 🙂

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