There is so much fun to be had when handcrafting your wedding day — or helping out with a friend’s celebration! This month we have DIY wedding tutorials for paper lanterns, cupcake and wedding cake toppers, family seating signage, and a gorgeous matching wedding invitation . . . all using the same delicate papercut spring blossom design. Of course you will also need some wedding table numbers with the same design for your tables!
On all of these projects we have used a range of materials from birch wood sheets for our cupcake toppers to classic white card stock for the paper lanterns and metallic paper sheets for today’s table numbers. Using a metallic paper will give your table numbers some slight shine as well as an elegant feel. But you can also use whatever type or color of paper you want!
Love is in Bloom
After designing these DIY wedding table numbers, we cut them with our cutting machine. Then we glued a bamboo skewer on them and stuck them in a small pot. We chose a pot with some simple greenery but you could also stick your table numbers into a floral arrangement.
Another good thing about these spring blossom projects is that they are versatile enough to be used for other special occasions! You can use them for baby showers, bridal showers, engagement parties, birthday parties, or even Sunday brunches. I just love lighting up the paper lanterns on a rainy afternoon at home and there’s a friend of mine who is planning to print these table numbers onto brightly colored cardstock and stick them onto her toddler’s playroom wall as counting cards — what a great idea!
Whatever you might use these table numbers for, you’ll find the SVG cut file and the PDF printable for the table numbers are available for you to download below. Happy wedding planning! ~ Lia
- Cutting Machine
- Detail Scissors or Detail Knife (if cutting by hand)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Frosted Text Weight Paper — PaperPapers Stardream Metallic Crystal
- Bamboo Skewers
- If using a cutting machine, download the SVG file below. If using scissors, download the PDF template.
- Cut the pattern out for each number you need.
- Glue bamboo skewers onto each table number for floral or greenery centerpieces.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
thank you so much for this design…we love it and are going to use it!!
My Cricut is new to me, so please excuse this question if it is obvious!
I would like to make a corresponding sign for the ‘Cards box’ at the wedding…I’m wondering if I could remove the number and just add the text “Cards”. Is there a way I could do that? And what font would match?
I really appreciate your help….and I love your site…there will be many more projects I will try once the wedding is over!
Hi Kathy, congrats on your upcoming wedding! I can explain how to do this but you may want to check Cricut’s website/YouTube channel for more detailed instructions how to use their software. You can remove the number in Design Space using the Contour option (located at the bottom right of the layers palette). To add “Cards”, use the Text tool to type the text, then align it over the blossom card at the size you want, and where you want it to cut. Select the text and the blossom card, then choose Slice (bottom right hand corner, next to Contour). Delete the 2 slice result layers. You can check out free options on dafont.com. Have fun!
I’m so confused! Did these used to be free, but now you can only access them if you’re a paying member? I’m trying to access via my phone, and I keep getting prompted that I need to have a membership. 😭
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Hi Katie! No, this is not one of our free projects. You can always sign up for a monthly membership then cancel after you have downloaded what you want, if you’re not interested in making more projects 🙂
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found you on the watterstoo snapchat and this site is so freaking wonderful. so happy i found your site! you are every bride’s fairy godmother
Awe, that is such a sweet comment! Thak you!
I know there’s a lot of people asking for table numbers 11 and up, but it’s not untoward if I know how to do this in Illustrator? I mean, it is personal use only, but if i share with you all my wedding crafting i wouldnt want to commit a faux pas by creating my 11-14 table numbers?
So happy to hear that people are loving them. We will make them up to 25 since there has been such a demand. Stay tuned:-)
You can try it or use the cover for the invitation as the frame around the number.
I’m trying to download these table numbers with no luck. Would you be able to provide step by step instructions?
I currently have the Cricut Explore Air machine.
Thanks in advance.
You need to save the svg file on your computer and open it through your Design Space software. I have a couple of video tutorials on my You Tube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZTCRUBYG0M
Love this template thank you for posting it for free!! I am sort of a newbie when it comes to being crafty how would you exactly cut these out?? Do i need any special tools??
You are welcome;-) For the svg file you need a personal cutting machine that takes svg files. But if you are using the pdf file you just need a sharp exacto knife.
I love these numbers! I wish I could use for my daughters wedding but we have 18 tables! The numbers only go up to 10. I would also love to see an escort card with this design. So sad. I love your blog and designs.
Sorry, only so many hours in the day to get to everything;-) Congratulations on your daughters upcoming wedding!
Beautiful design, thank you. Can we purchase the other numbers -11+?
Hi Laura, by popular demand we have added numbers 11-30.
Thank you for numbers 1-30 These are so beautiful. I am speechless
You’re so welcome, Denise!!
Love it!! my soon to be sister in law ask me to do her table numbers and she needs 35 tables, any chance I can get the svg file without numbers?
thanks in advance
Sorry, since this is a freebee we cannot do any custom orders:(
Hola!!! Me encanto este posto pero no puedo descargar los patrones para poder hacerlo! Me los podrias mandar con otro formato? Gracias!
Make sure you are downloading the pdf not the svg file. Those are the only two formats I have. If you don’t have Adobe you can download the free Adobe Reader version.
I love this and want to cut them out for my wedding, but I need them to be bigger. Is there anyway of making them bigger? The room is quite large so could do with each one being about A5.
Yes, you can simply size them when you print them. There should be a percentage size option in your print window.
Everything is just so beautiful. Such pretty designs and so elegant. Thank you so much for sharing these with all of us..
You are welcome. Enjoy!
You can edit the numbers in Illustrator, if you don’t have Illustrator you can hire a designer to help. Congrats on your upcoming wedding! (if that is what you are using them for)
Oh noo… where did the matching invitation link go?? 🙁 I was going to use it today.
We were having problems with the font so fixing it now and will re-upload it by end of the week.
Thank you, dear Lia for this wonderful file! ♥
You are welcome, enjoy!
You make heart sing.
That is so sweet, thank you:-)
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I love it!!
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How fortunate your friends and family are with your gorgeous work!
Thank you. Hope you are one of my friends;-) I feel fortunate that I can share my work with my readers!