Post # 1
So….the first few I think need a do-over. You can’t really see the numbers so well, but some of the later ones are improving!
What do you guys think? Honest opinions please!
(We’re having our ceremony at a park gazebo that is next to a lake and many trees and the reception is inside the park’s A-frame lodge–our theme is a bit of a vintage, nature-centric, rustic, shabby-chic conglomeration! for next June) I’ll add some extra pics to show the rest of the decor things I’ve gathered…
I’ve only made the 5 of them and I have a year until our wedding so please offer advice if you have any! I’d love to use expensive frames but that just isn’t happening. I think maybe I should remove a button from the bottom of the #4….and definitely redo #1 and #2.
Post # 3
They look great, you are right tho the 1 and 2 are a little hard to see, but the 4 and 5 are PERFECT!! Great job girl!!
Since they will be on different tables i dont think anyone will notice the 4 is farther down than the 5… you know what i mean??
Post # 5
Those are hard to see, but neat idea, maybe one colored buttons for the numbers against the prints, or more contrasting colored buttons. Just saw the second photo, the 4 and 5 are very nice and easy to see.
Post # 6
The last two look great!
I think keep i nthat style – using light buttons on dark background and keeping all the numbers in a similar shade will make it easier to read for your guests.
Post # 7
Those are so cute…I may or may not steal your idea 😛
Post # 8
I love them – I prefer the ones that the buttons POP and are easy to read… the ones that blend bother my eyes a little
Post # 9
4 and 5 are good, the first two are too easy to miss, especially in lower lighting. The large pattern totally takes over the 1. I like the simple prints with contrasting buttons in 4 and 5. It’s really cute, I love the idea!!
Post # 10
random other things for the wedding—that the table numbers need to “go” with:
My bouquet for our “day-after” photo session!
Post # 11
Those are so cute!! What a great idea!
Post # 13
Thanks guys! That makes me feel a lot better, that they aren’t a complete flop 😀 LOL!
I think I’ll do that—try to stick with making them contrast better and keep hunting for better frames.
HeatherShane: yeah, I gotcha!
I knew I wanted to incorporate buttons some how and then just decided they should go on the table numbers 🙂
Post # 14
More contrasting colors and this would be a go!
Post # 15
It all looks really pretty. I like it
Post # 16
Those seriously are super super cute and actually gave me some ideas for table numbers! I had no idea what to do for table number, but I knew that I didn’t want the traditional piece of paper in a holder type set up. BUT those are really cute! and I agree that the last two look more clear and you can make out the numbers, so I would recommend just changing the buttons on some of the ones that aren’t so clear, but great job! 🙂