Wedding Table Number Galore - Part 2

“It’s all in the details!” OK, I know, not so original, but sooooo true! The details reflect your passion, your personality and your creativity. Table Numbers are one of those wedding details that allow you to be truly fun and creative without compromising the style of your wedding decor. Sometimes I wish I went more personal and/or original on my own wedding décor by including more elements that reflected our personalities a bit better… like the table numbers. They could say so much more about us! :(  So, don’t make the same mistake I made and look for the perfect table numbers for YOUR wedding. Here are some of my favorite ideas… I hope they’re helpful! (image source)
You can go wrong with acrylic. Acrylic table numbers can take  a contemporary wedding decor to the next level or can give a classic table a modern touch. (image source)

Paper table numbers are the most affordable and traditional alternatives. And there is nothing wrong with that! Just make sure that your paper table numbers reflect your style and personality. (image source)
Table numbers in Vintage elements are the latest trend. Think bottles (image source), antique books (image source) and doorknobs (image source), but quite honestly vintage mirrors (image source) are one of my faves... 
Bring up your heritage by incorporating your grandparents photos (image source) or spelling the numbers in your family's language (image source).
These are just other ideas that would enhance your centerpieces and table decor. (image sources: 1 | 2)

Visit Part 1 to get more fabulous inspirations for your table numbers.

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{Engagement Inspiration} : Amy + Nick

If you are a lover of insanely gorgeous e-sessions (and I know you are!), then you are about to go C.R.A.Z.Y. for this stunning shoot captured by Niña.Cecilia {creative spark}.  Trust me – one look at the lovely below and you’ll be smitten to the extreme.  Picture perfect scenery, an uber-stunning duo and a plethora of sweet, sweet moments - all wrapped up in a whole lot of HAPPY and oh-so-chic style that will literally stop you in your tracks.

"I had the pleasure of photographing Amy and Nick, one stylish and trendy couple living in downtown Des Moines. Amy owns a salon in Des Moines, and I just loved her makeup...especially that lipstick which popped in pictures! They did such a wonderful job selecting their outfits and getting three gorgeous 'looks.' For the first outfit, we decided to photograph at their condo. We started on the rooftop of their condo (the view and light was perfect) and then took some by their patio. The second outfit of Amy in her red dress and Nick sporting the blazer was perfect for downtown pictures. Since they live in downtown Des Moines, we took various pictures in that area and they definitely rocked it! The last outfit was more casual but still very trendy with their fedora hats. For this outfit, we headed to our last destination which was on the bridge where Nick proposed." - Nina Williams (Niña.Cecilia {creative spark})

Images by Niña.Cecilia {creative spark} |  Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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Rich Red Wedding Inspiration : Ashley + Reece

I love my job.  I love that I get to wake up each and every day and surround myself with beyond gorgeous real weddings and ideas.  That I ooh and ahh all day long over fabulous shoes, beautiful blooms and amazing dresses.  That I while away the hours daydreaming of pretty, pretty inspiration… And that I have the privilege of sharing it all with you. 
Take for example this gorgeous occasion by Kelly Rucker PhotographyAshley and Reece were married on a Thursday evening at Aristide in Mansfield TX. The details are divine – elegant, understated and oh so personal. For me, that’s detail heaven. Ashley's aunt made an armadillo cake in honor of Ashley's favorite move "Steal Magnolias" in which Reece can quote line by line- that is how Ashley knew he was "the one". And the rich red flowers by Kate Foley Designs add a whole other layer of rustic elegance, making this wedding one not to be missed.

Photography: Kelly Rucker Photography | Florals: Kate Foley Designs | Venue: Aristide Event & Conference Center in Mansfield TX | Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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