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Photo by Sara & Rocky Photography
Since this couple got engaged on a sailboat, it was only fitting that their Lake Tahoe nuptials featured a nautical theme. Reception tables were decorated with navy-and-white striped linens and wooden boats that featured each table number painted on the sail.02 of 06
Rope Table Numbers
Photo by The Image is Found
To celebrate their love for ocean and adventure, this couple decided on a nautical theme for their Malibu wedding. Their wedding stationery featured an anchor motif and the table numbers were fashioned from nautical rope. You could create your own by purchasing freestanding wooden numerals from the craft store and hot-gluing cotton rope on top.03 of 06
Photo by Bee Photographie
This couple tied the knot at a Florida yacht club and embraced a beachy theme. The bride's mother and stepfather made these knotted table-number holders; escort cards depicted different nautical flags, which guests used to locate their assigned reception table.04 of 06
Photo by Studio 28 Photo
A вЂњmonkey's fistвЂќ rope knot is a long-used nautical knot tied from one continuous strand of rope; it traditionally serves as a weight, making a rope line easier to throw. It's also perfect to use as nautical table decorations-we love how this couple turned the rope knot into a clever table-number holder.05 of 06
Photo by Annamarie Akins Photography
This couple arrived at the reception by boat to begin their celebration. Dinner tables were decorated with flowers, candlelit lanterns, and wooden buoys painted to serve as colorful table numbers.06 of 06
DIY Rope Table-Number Sign
Photo by Piteira Photography
Up for a DIY wedding project? To create these table numbers, purchase picture frames and insert a sheet of navy blue cardstock; carefully glue rope into the shape of each table number.