- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2009
I love what you did for the table numbers. Where did you get the metal holder to place the number in?
They have some holders like that on theknot.com
I want to know… What kind of font did you use for these?
I purchase the metal holders for the table numbers from someone on the Knot. They are not the ones sold there however. These have a 2×2 acrylic base that you cannot see in the photo due to the way the vases are arranged around the base of the table number holder.
The font for the word “table” is Chopin Script and the font for the number itself is Times.
Curious, did you print the number on the back as well? I plan to have low centerpieces, so I’m thinking that I may need to have the number visible on either side.
Looks great; I’m doing something similar, but it’ll have an extra backing (keeping consistent with my layered look) and it’ll be square. Can’t wait to see how everything looks once set up.
I did indeed have the number on both sides. Each side of the dark brown backer also has a cream circle with the table number printed on it. To me it make it look and feel so much more “finished” and “professional”.
Very, Very easy to do! I simply cut 6″ circles from the dark brown card stock, printed the numbers on the 5.75″ cream circle, used an EZ Runner (scrapbook adhesive) to adhere the printed cream card to the dark brown backer, and add a couple rhinestones to the word “table” for a bit of sparkle and they were done!
A tiny bit of advise, don’t use regular glue to adhere the print to the backer as it will cause the paper to curl. It is simply too wet.
Your sounds like it will be beautiful also! Good luck!!