Mirrors are perfect for adding a touch of sparkle and glamour to your wedding day – not only will you need some good, full-length mirrors to check your appearance before walking down the aisle, but you can use mirrors in a multitude of ways to decorate your wedding venue. Our Rosetti Baroque white mirrors have a matte, yet lustrous finish that is perfect for weddings and helps to bring out the finest details in the exquisite frame, and you can also enjoy the Rosetti Baroque collection in regal gold, shining silver, and dramatic black to suit your tastes. Here’s a few great examples of how to use mirrors on your wedding day.
- Use a large mirror to display seating plans and menus at the reception. Place a big mirror on a stand or easel at the entrance and use a paint pen to write on it. This looks especially good with calligraphic and cursive handwriting, and when you are finished with it, it cleans right off!
- Paint excerpts from your wedding vows, romantic song lyrics, or quotes about love onto mirrors, and use these to decorate your venue. You can even invite guests to write their own messages for you onto the mirrors as a thoughtful and unique gift.
- Use smaller mirrors to display the table number, or the names of guests seated at that table. Smaller mirrors can be part of the table centrepiece and co-ordinate beautifully along with your chosen décor and can even be given away as wedding favours. Mirrors are particularly ideal for evening weddings, as they will reflect candlelight beautifully, giving a fairy-tale look and feel to your big day.
- Use mirrors as the backdrop behind the head table or placed on the walls of your venue for a unique and stunning look which is also perfect for romantic and fun photo ops during the reception. Having your wedding outdoors? Don’t let that stop you – mirrors hung on trees or hedges will reflect the beauty of nature and create a truly magical, romantic ambience.
- Combine large floor mirrors with twinkling fairy lights or grand chandeliers for an amazing backdrop for photos with your guests. The mirrors will reflect the light to create an ambient and warming diffused glow, and this would also work well after the wedding as wall art in your living room and master bedroom.
You can also use other mirrored pieces to great effect – mirrored vases for displaying floral arrangements, mirrored podiums of differing heights to create amazing visual effects, and a mirrored dining table will reflect your centrepieces wonderfully as well as creating a bright and intimate atmosphere for you and your guests.