15 Ways to Include Mirror in your Wedding Decor

If I must confess, and I really must, I am obsessed to an unhealthy degree with mirror decor. It wasn’t wedding design that drew me into this love of style but it was my adoration for interior design. The perfect way to greet your guests at your wedding is to have antique mirrors with calligraphy in gold-ink-pens for a welcome message.  Don’t forget it’s also a great way to let know guests where they are seating plus a gorgeous way to showcase your culinary treats as a menu! For a bold statement, try adding mirrors in varying heights and shapes on walls, think outside the box and add them to green hedges. And while I will tell you all these ideas are my favorite, the one immediately below is the one I dream, drool and swear by. It. Is. Perfection. It’s definitely on my wedding lust-list!
Forget the 80’s where the styles were horrid as was the use of mirror in all the wrong places. Mirror has made a comeback in fresh and surprising ways, placing it on your tabletops could be your simplest solution.

Bonus Points

The mirror will reflect any all candle light in a gorgeous constellation of glow so do be prepared to be left in a bit of a style-trance.

Remember my many posts about wedding lounges like this one? Not only is the latest trend a great way to strike up intimate conversations but a little mirror on furniture and cocktail tables can give it a little bit more of a wow factor. 

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  • Wow great tips, really loved it. I can add one more way of using mirror in decoration: Mirror tiles and twinkle lights would make for an ah-mazing backdrop for a photo booth. After the wedding, wouldn’t this project make the perfect wall art in your living room or master bedroom? Great mood lighting and conversation piece!ReplyCancel

    • The Bridal Detective

      Ooohhh I LOVE that idea, it’s definitely steal-worthy. And I love how it would be used at the wedding to make the best trend ever (photo booths) have more style! Okay, and the master bedroom idea. Hello Romance!!ReplyCancel

  • The usage of the mirror decoration in the wedding decoration were great and nice ……ReplyCancel

  • Mirrors are the perfect touch of glam! I adore that vineyard wedding with the mirrored seating chart – gorgeous!ReplyCancel

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