Table Markers Galore!
We're nothing if not suckers for detail. This post is dedicated to one detail that, if done mediocrely, will probably go unnoticed—but if done well, will perfect an important aspect of your wedding: your tablescape! Amid the candles, florals, place mats, chargers and wine glasses, is the organizing principle: the table marker.
Lucky for all of us, table markers are highly customizable. Geodes, glass, regular cardstock and hand drawn numbering; any colour you can dream of? There's a million ways to execute the table marker perfectly. Here are a few of our favourites.
Photos from Etsy, A Low Country, and Pinterest.
Don't you just adore this round, laser cut tablemarker? So beautiful! We love the looks of this modern, lucite-vibe marker. The great thing about these little succulent markers is that they make excellent little party favours, too. Or, go ultra-sleek and ultra-simple—black cardstock with white printing, easy to design, easy to have produced. Done and done!
Photos from ModWedding, Ever After Guide, and Wedding Bells.
Beautiful, opulent, and somehow simultaneously minimal—this first set up uses a crisp white palette against which a pale bouquet and glittering gold lettering can pop. The second look, featuring a simple card and candles, is made by the surrounding eucalyptus leaves. Pretty and it smells delicious. This little moss number? How fabulous! Maybe not exactly budget friendly, but undoubtedly a show-stopping touch.
Photos from HuffPo, Elizabeth Anne Designs, and Style Me Pretty.
Want to go simple and low-cost? Use your old wine bottles to set up an easy little marker that blends perfectly with a more rustic set up. Alternatively, pair a customized design with a boisterous bouquet for a neat, trim tablescape. In keeping with the wine theme, alternatively, strap together a few corks and use a storebought card to mark the tables.
What do you think? What did you use for your wedding? We love how much personality this little detail can imbue into a wedding day.