Anyway, we used wooden frames (NOT plastic frames that look like wood) that we bought from MSM American Surplus, some specialty paper and double-sided tape from National Bookstore, and plastic numbers painted in copper paint, both sourced from Handyman.
Here they go:
|Love the distressed texture of the frames. You won't get that with plastic ones.|
- Wooden frames: Php50/pc
- Numbers: Php88/pc
- Spray paint: around Php200
- Paper + tape: around Php60
We still haven't finalized the total number of guests so we might add more numbers depending on how many tables will be set up.
Obviously, this project’s a little pricey, but that's because we wanted to stay away from the regular printable templates that can be easily downloaded online (though it was actually our first option). Printed numbers look flat and boring when framed, so we opted to put some texture. As you can see, the numbers look 3D. LOL. Despite the price, the outcome looked exactly how we wanted it! Good job, fiance!