Table indicator ideas

Let’s talk table numbers

for The Brooklyn Paper
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A fun, whimsical table number idea.
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Does your kid geek out in science class? We found the perfect design “element” for his bar mitzvah celebration.
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Sure, this concept is a little kooky, but it can be fun for the whole family to include your pet and find creative ways to incorporate each table number into a photo.
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Mini chalkboards allow you to make anything a table number. You can have table letters, table Roman numerals, or even table emoticons! =D
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Get vintage with a letter print table number that look like they’re out of the 1920s.
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Did your kid love the “Lego Movie?” He will think this table number idea is #1.
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Go green with this table number made out of grass.
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Hit a homerun with this Yankees table number.
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Is your kid a bookworm? We have a cute table number idea.
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Use comic books in lieu of table numbers. People will think it’s a super idea.
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Get crafty with this cute-as-a-button table number idea.
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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if the woodchuck had a bar mitzvah? We’re guessing four trunks.
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You’re little jock will love it if you sport these kinds of table number.
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Having an enchanted woods-themed party? Gnomes are certainly table-number sized.

Most tables are square, but you don’t have to be when it comes to creating indicators for your upcoming bar mitzvah celebration.

A table number can be anything you want it to be — a number built out of Legos, a comic book cover, even a dog holding a disco ball. Confused? Don’t be! Flip through our above slide show and see creative takes on a seemingly humdrum aspect of party planning and get as inspired as someone who thought a garden gnome was a great idea for a table number (and it is! Just check the picture out in our slide show!)

Need a nifty place card idea? We’ve got you covered with our “Place cards aplenty” slide show as well.

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