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Chalkboard Table Numbers Printable

These Chalkboard Table Numbers are a practical and pretty decoration for your wedding table. Available in the numbers 1 through 20, these printable wedding table numbers are easy to print on your own personal printer, or you can have them printed at a local print shop or copy center. This PDF is set up with 2 table numbers on a page with crop marks.

Chalkboard Table Numbers
Chalkboard Table Numbers for wedding

To keep our prices low we're unable to customize the wording or color of this printable. More product details.

Thank you everyone for the amazing comments, we've picked the winner for the Printed Chalkboard Table numbers and that is Jessica Hannon, Congratulations!

A Real Wedding union of two continents

Today’s real wedding features the wedding celebration of Anne & Michael. An intimate day set in the home of Michaels parents bringing two families from two different continents (Germany and US) together all on the same day! It truly was a special day they will never forget!

bride and groom
sweet treats dessert station
table decorations

Tell us about your special day.

Our wedding reception was held at Michaels parent's house in Milton, GA. It was an intimate party with only our closest friends and family. The house was wonderfully decorated and was the perfect setting for a family affair.

The wedding reception was wonderful! Everything was perfect and we had a blast!

Do you have any advice to couples that are planning their upcoming wedding?

Our advice: As much as you plan and stress yourself before the big day you really need to enjoy every moment of it. Once the day comes it is over in a fly. And don't forget to eat!

cupcakes and candies
thank you giveaway
Heartchery Invitation

Anne & Michael chose the Heartchery Invitation for their wedding stationery.

Wedding Location: Private Residence

Photography by: Kitae Kim

Reception Place Cards and Escort Cards

Escort Cards vs. Place Cards…While they both serve the same purpose these are two separate items. Read on to see, which fits your wedding reception best. Luckily for you, our Love vs Design place cards can be designed for both purposes!

Escort cards should be used as a guide to direct guests to their designated table. By writing the table number on each card, each guest will know their place. This is your chance to have some fun by getting creative with the way you display the cards at the entrance to your reception. You can choose to tie them into a fun wedding theme display or you can always keep it simple and classy. Whichever route you choose, your guests will appreciate the thought and effort you took to make them feel welcome!

Wedding Reception Place Cards and Escort Cards

Place cards may be used if you decide to use a seating chart instead of the escort cards. With the seating chart displayed for your guests to find their seat. Once a guest knows which table they are at, you can have place cards (a folded card with the guest name on them) to designate their appropriate seat at the table. For those who choose to use Escort cards, you may also choose to have place cards set at the table as well. Place cards can be very simple or you can make it a little more formal by having a calligrapher write out the names.

Favor Labels and Wedding Favor Printables

Free Favor Labels and Favor Tag Printables

These Favor Labels and Favor Tags can be customized in Adobe Acrobat with your own initials, the first letter of your (new) family name, or the names of the bride and groom. Another option is to print these Favor Labels blank and hand letter the initials.

Surprise your wedding guests and add a nice personal touch to your wedding favor bags or boxes with these Garden Favor Labels. Enjoy this DIY Project and don't forget to share your DIY project photos with us :)

Download Free Wedding Labels

Unique Engagement Party Invitations

Unique Engagement Party Invitations

Love vs Design offers unique engagement party invitations and wedding party invitations. An engagement party is a party thrown to celebrate a couple's recent engagement and to help future wedding guests to get to know one another. Its a great way to share and celebrate the engagement news with family members and friends. While it varies, an engagement party is often thrown at the beginning of the wedding planning process. Many modern couples host their own celebration. Wow your guests with unique engagement party invitations.

Unique Greeehouse Wedding

Adam & Sara were joined together as husband and wife among family and friends, just as they had hoped for on their wedding day. The bride tells us, “For Adam and me, our wedding day was most importantly a celebration of us. When we talked about how we wanted our day to feel, we wanted to make it a really fun party. We wanted our family and friends to have a great time and leave feeling like our day was uniquely ‘Sara and Adam’“. Read more from the bride herself in today’s Real Wedding as she gives us her recap of their special day.


“We were married on June 1st at Planterra Conservatory in Michigan. Our ceremony was absolutely perfect. It was personal and quirky and full of love. We worked with our officiant to design our own ceremony. We asked our friends to choose their own readings, we included stories from family and friends, and we wrote our own vows. One of my absolute favorite moments of the day came after Adam’s vows when he wowed the crowd and everyone started applauding! It was such a fun, beautiful moment."

greenhouse venue

The beautiful venue was one of the many things we absolutely loved about our wedding. The greenhouse provided a gorgeous backdrop and it was easy for us to decorate by adding just a few of our own personal touches. Adam is a teacher and poker player, so our program and table numbers were chalkboards and we added vintage poker chips to the boutonnieres. I collect milk glass and floral hankies, so we used those for the centerpieces and ceremony space. Those little things were significant to us and made the space feel so much more special.

table decor

It was so nice to hear after the wedding that people had a good time, that they thought it was cool we did what we wanted, and that we seemed so relaxed and happy. I think a lot of people get too caught up in planning and forget the reason for the celebration.

wedding cake

On our wedding day, we were calm and able to focus on what was most important, each other! We had help from our wedding planner, Erika of EcoPosh Events, and we had a unique, fun, stress free day that was exactly what we wanted from start to finish. It wasn’t perfect, but it was perfect for us!


Sarah & Adam chose our Sweet Elegance Invitation Design for their wedding day

Wedding Location

Planterra Conservatory

Photography by

Tovah Photography

New Modern and Rustic Wedding Invitations

Rustic Wedding Invitations
Rustic Wedding Invitations
Shop Modern Wedding Invitations

We're excited about the launch of our latest Wedding Invitation Suites. These designs have a variety of different styles, from modern to rustic. Each suite is available in: Wedding Invitations, Save the Date Cards, Postcard Save the Dates, Magnet Save the Dates, Response Cards, Enclosure Cards, Engagement Party Invitations, Bridal Shower Invitations and Belly Bands.

Additional matching items that can be ordered include: Wedding Programs, Menus, Place Cards, Thank You Cards and Thank You Message Cards.

Unique Bridal Shower Invitations

Bridal Shower Invitations and Wedding Shower Invitations

Shop Bridal Shower Invitations and Wedding Shower Invitations at Love vs Design. Inspired by a variety of mediums which span both modern and vintage, these designs will make a lasting impression on your guests.

How to get your guests to RSVP

How to get your guests to RSVP

Organization. Thoroughness. Patience. These are three words to keep in mind when it comes to managing the RSVPs for your big day. As not everyone is an event planner or has a Type A personality, we’ve put together some helpful hints for the successful collecting of your RSVPS.

Step 1: Organization

First things first…create a spreadsheet of your guest list! This will be your main point of reference for keeping tabs on who’s responded, who has not responded (yes, you will have to follow-up) or has responded but did not leave a name or a name you can’t read (and yes, this will happen.)

Your spreadsheet should contain the following information: Guest’s First & Last name, their mailing address (physical or electronic), Menu choice (if applicable), Number of invited guests, Number Attending, and their table number. As the RSVPs trickle in you will be able to keep tabs on each guest’s response in a neat orderly fashion. As an added bonus this will also be helpful at the end of the wedding when you need to keep track of your Thank You Cards as well!

For those couples who opt for an online RSVP, you can create a separate email account for the replies to be directed to or most wedding website will have an option for receiving RSVP’s as well. To direct your guests to an online RSVP, you may provide your guests with the website link or email on the bottom of your invitation or include a separate response card.

Step 2: Thoroughness

When preparing your RSVPs for your guests there are a few tricks that you may want to take into consideration.

Numbering your Response cards. This helpful tip will be a savior in the end, trust us! Write down a tiny number on the back of the RSVP cards and match the number to the recipient in your wedding guest list spreadsheet. Using this method will help you to track the responses that come in as you may have guests who forget to write their names or may have illegible writing; this will save you from major headaches! We suggest using a yellow paint pen or Invisible ink pen on the card so that guests will not see the number.

Provide a your guest with a ready addressed and stamped envelope (be sure to check in with the post office for proper postage) for their response cards so that you encourage your guests to respond and make it easier to drop it in the mail!

Step 3: Patience

For those guests who have not responded you may need to have someone follow up with them via phone to make sure they will or will not be attending.

Be sure to give enough time for your guests to respond by as well as enough time for you to reach out to those who have not yet responded. We suggest an RSVP date that is at least a month out from the wedding date so that you have some wiggle room to contact guests who have not responded.

How to get your wedding guests to RSVP

Be sure to check out our selection of  response cards for your invitations.

Fun Printable Placemat


Printable placemats will be a nice table decoration for your next dinner or party! Load your printer with 11 x 17 paper stock and print away. If you don’t have a large-size printer, take the pdf to your local print shop to print them for you.

Download Free Printable Placemat template
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