DIY Rustic Wedding Reception Table Numbers
When we started planning our wedding, we knew we wanted it to have a rustic/vintage feel and that we wanted to make some of the decor ourselves. I saw an idea for a table number and I knew that we could re-create it...we just needed the materials to do so :)
On one of our many trips to the North Carolina mountains, we stopped at Culpepper's Otto Depot and found awesome knobs and escutcheons - you know, the metal plate thingy where the key goes?
Lucky for us, our friend Carol was re-doing her fence and she had the old fencing she needed to discard of. It was long pieces of naturally worn wood that we knew would be perfect! We loaded up mom's car with the pieces of
Here are some of the wood pieces we ended up using. We love how rustic it looks!
We needed to measure how large we wanted the displays to be, so we laid everything out to get the right size. I fell in love with the glass knobs we found...
They turned out so well and looked perfect on the tables! They really added that little extra rustic and vintage touch to each table and I am so happy we decided to make them. For the full tutorial...visit our blog.
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Published October 23rd, 2014 11:15 AM
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