Wedding Trend Alert: 17 Ways to Use Mirror Decor on Your Big Day
Nothing puts the finishing touches on your nuptials like a little sparkle and shine, and nothing inspires us more than this latest wedding trend: mirror decor. Mirrors are the perfect way to bounce light around your venue, and using mirrors as bar signs, centerpieces and even seating displays will give your event that extra flair. Plus, who couldn’t use a little reflection to make sure that your lipstick is in place. Scroll on to see how these 17 mirrored wedding decor details will make you take a closer look.
Polaroid Guest BookSet up a mirror sign near your photo booth or selfie station! It can double as a last-minute hair and makeup check. (via Carrie King / Style Me Pretty)
Mirror Ball CenterpieceDisco balls are always a fun idea. This DIY mirror centerpiece is the perfect addition to your whimsical wedding. (via A Bubbly Life)
Cocktail HourGet crafty by using a mirror for your bar menu. Display your signature cocktails in a unique way that everyone can see. (via White Loft Studio / Style Me Pretty)
<b>Snazzy Swizzle Sticks</b>Everyone knows that drinks taste better with an accessory. These mini-mirrored swizzle sticks are the perfect addition to your Champagne toast. (via Minted)
5. Hop Studio Gold Mirror Coasters ($26): Display your new titles with pride! Golden mirrored coasters can be used on your wedding day and every day after.
Laser Cut Place SettingDisplay these laser cut place settings for your guests as a little something extra. They can keep their name as a favor that will remind them of your celebration. (via Emma Jo)
Bridal ReflectionsAsk your photog to snap a picture of your whole wedding dress with a mirror shot. Using a mirror will give the 360 effect of your dream dress. (via Grace Loves Lace)
Sweet Sign-inGreet your guests with a beautiful welcome table. The mirrored silhouettes and hand-lettered sign create a vintage vibe for your affair. (via Jose Villa Photography / Style Me Pretty)
Seating ChartTalk about a grand entrance! A floor-length mirror makes a sophisticated seating chart for your reception area. (via Jana Williams / Belle the Magazine)
Detailed Art DecoWelcome your guests with a mirrored sign that says it all. The text on the mirror will direct folks to their seats, before the bride takes one last look and begins her confident walk down the aisle. (via Alicia Swedenborg / The Knot)
11. Sugar and Chic Shop Hand-lettered Mirror ($95): This ornate mirror will make your bar sign hard to miss. Personalize it with your signature drinks so guests can ask for them by name.