So, who’s ready for a long weekend? Just before you rush off shouting “Weeyheeey, I’m freeeeee”, I have one last piece of industrial inspo for you. In my trawls around the net to see the best of this trend, I noticed some seriously cool ideas for table numbers – a tiny detail, sure, but each of these adds that extra bit of industrial texture to your tables and best of all, most of them are totally DIY-able. Let’s have a peek, shall we?
Image credits (top to bottom, left to right): 1– Jenna Henderson/Cedarwood Weddings via SouthBound Bride; 2– Mugshots Photography/Style and Swoon/Weddingstar via Mod Wedding; 3– Maria Mack Photography/LovelyGirls Weddings + Events/Petals Lane via Ruffled; 4– Kelsea Holder via Ruffled; 5– via Etsy; 6– Janneke Storm/Hope and Lace/Kate Dawes Flower Design via Hello May; 7– Flory Photo/Downey Street Events/Grace Street Floral and Event Design via Style Me Pretty; 8– Andi Mans Weddings/Vintage Chic Affairs via Ruffled; 9– Nick Radford/Lori Boe Floral Design via Wedding Chicks; 10– Reign 7 Photography/Botanica International Design Studio via Every Last Detail; 11– Blackframe Photography/Katy’s Palace Bar/Hire Society via SouthBound Bride; 12– Eric Kelley Photography/Easton Events via Borrowed and Blue; 13– Jessica OH Photography via Ruffled; 14– The Rasers/The Enchanted Florist via Junebug Weddings; 15– Amy Majors Photography/Pam Dickinson via Style Me Pretty; 16– Flora + Fauna/The Pollen Project via Ruffled; 17– Jake and Necia/Alicia K Designs/Wilder Floral Co. via Mod Weddings; 18– Erica Velasco Photographers/Andrea Leslie Weddings via Grey Likes Weddings; 19– Vizion/Celeste Styled Events/Secret Diary Creative Designs via SouthBound Bride; 20– The Edges Wedding Photography/Kristi Amoroso Events/Atelier Joya via Mod Weddings