Turn on the charm for your fall wedding tables with DIY accents you make yourself! We’re talking table numbers and centerpieces made with natural materials from your garden and upcycled items you may have right at home. Just add your own creativity and crafting skills—along with inspiration from these great decorating projects we found. And you’re all set to add a personal touch to the table settings at your autumn wedding!
Table Numbers and Centerpieces for Fall: 7 Crafty Ideas
1 – Want little woodland vignettes to combine your centerpieces and table numbers in one? See this lovely example via Elizabeth Anne Designs, with tiny succulents, moss and votives arranged on a wood slice.
2 – Another delightful idea we found on EAB Designs uses regular terra cotta pots as candle holders. This is actually for an advent wreath, but the numbers painted on the pots would work for table numbers, too!
4 – A wood slab table number captures the autumn vibe perfectly in this styled shoot from Gideon Photography, via Green Wedding Shoes. Don’t have wood burning tools to etch the design with? You could use paint instead, applied free hand or with a stencil.
5 – Love a simple upcycle project, like this one from Measure Once Cut Twice. Here, wine bottle table numbers are made with empty amber bottles and vinyl numbers and letters. So easy, but with great impact!
7 – Even simple cards can become elegant table numbers, as in this real wedding featured on Aisle Society. Note the classy combination of gold calligraphy on navy cardstock set against a vibrant floral centerpiece.
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