14 wedding table stationery ideas
09 Dec 2016
If you're stuck for inspiration on your table setting wedding stationery, here is a variety of design ideas to fuel your thinking
1. Blush and Gold
The Black Rose design is an elegant collection that is easy to customise to match any colour schemes. The colours of the text and flowers can be changed, making this design extremely versatile while retaining its elegance and refined feel. Add smaller items like our sparkler tags to keep the theme consistent throughout your wedding day.
2. Wagtail Designs
Start your colour theme early with your wedding stationery; from your invitations through to your place cards and menus. With inspiration from Pantone’s colour of the year, Serentity, a cool tranquil blue - perfect for the bride who wants to achieve a classic, sophisticated feel that won’t seem dated or look too trendy in years to come.
3. Tree of Hearts
The Rustic Wedding Lace design is a combination of two themes. It pairs a rustic brown paper tone and texture with the delicate floral detail of Victorian lace. Traditional bridal lace is blended with the modern trend of rustic themes, creating a design that suits both modern and classic tastes.
Papier has recently collaborated with iconic British designer, Matthew Williamson, to create a collection of wedding invitations, menus, place names and personalised note cards. Translating Matthew’s iconic designs from his archives to Papier’s beautiful stationery products, Papier also offers a more minimalist design with simple wedding suites that are printed on beautiful luxe Mohawk paper, using state of the art printing methods.
RAWinvites is a bespoke wedding stationery service that will turn your vision into reality. These intricately hand-drawn Indian-inspired elephants provide a charming design, adding the final sparkle to your wedding decor.
6. Cotton letterpress
Newly married couple, Lauren and Joseph, approached Cotton Letterpress wanting a full wedding stationery suite inclusive of table setting items. Capturing the floral elements of their wedding in a timeless silver foil stamped design, the stationery utilised hand-lettered typography. All items were produced on luxury paper stocks with a fine fabric emboss texture to the surface.
7. Frog and Pencil
Let your personalities and theme continue to shine throughout your wedding day by including lovely yet helpful ‘on the day’ stationery details. These are taken from Frog & Pencil’s Mexicana-inspired wedding stationery collection which is bold, colourful, playful and bursting with flora and fauna; perfect for a relaxed wedding
8. Bea and Bloom
The sweet Flutterbye design features 12 species of beautiful British butterfly. Featuring a different butterfly on each table number, corresponding to the table plan, all colours can be changed to match the theme of your wedding.
9. Ginger is the New Black
This gorgeous table setting design from Ginger is the New Black is inspired by the sea. Using delicate watercolour washes on beautiful textured card with a touch of modern calligraphy, it can be fully customised to fit in with the colour scheme for your big day.
10. Polka Dot Paper
A beautiful black and white table menu by Polka Dot Paper. The design features bold modern calligraphy printed on gorgeous textured paper, perfect for a glamorous classic wedding. This menu looks lovely on candlelight tables filled with wondrous white flowers. Complete the look with matching invitations, save the dates and thank you cards.
11. I Do Designs
If you are planning a festive, Christmas-themed wedding then these table names are perfect. Incorporate numbered tables along with the traditional 12 Days of Christmas carol. These are available in any colour combination you like. Most popular choices for this time of year include reds, golds and, of course, lots of sparkle.
12. Rose and Beau
The Grace collection is based on an English country garden. The roses are inspired by a bride's bouquet, which suited her summer wedding in her parents' back garden. The illustrated design covered her whole stationery collection and the table numbers really set off the whimsical-themed wedding.
13. Retro Press
This is a bespoke wedding stationery suite especially designed for the couple. The menu has got their wedding venue illustrated at the top (which runs throughout all other stationery items). The table names were named after specific dogs and cats with a simple illustration. And the place names are tickets to an event that the couple were holding post-wedding, so they doubled up. Very different and unique stationery with the couple in mind.
14. Two Little Ducks Design Studio
A table setting idea to keep both children and adults entertained while dinner is served or during the speeches. This 'hearts and kisses' game is perfectly themed for a wedding and can even be personalised with the couple's names.