Glass & Mirror Wedding Decor Ideas That Will Make Your Guest Say WOW
Calligraphed Glass Signs
A great way to display any message or direction your guest will need is on a glass wall. Either only have the glass displayed, accompany the glass with a wood or flower backdrop, or display the glass on a rocky slab like this couple did. To DIY the writing on the glass, we recommend purchasing Thick Oil Based Sharpie Markers and printing out a template to place under the glass so you can trace the words.
For some modern dining decor, use frameless round, rectangular or square mirrors as placemats. Not only will this help keep everything clean, but it adds a beautiful and very professional look to your wedding table decor. Check out our ready to ship mirror placemats or custom design to your table space.
Mirror Welcome Signs
Similar to the glass signs, we’ve been seeing mirrors being used to display signature cocktails, diner menus, and in this case, a welcome sign. Not only are mirrors a necessity in your getting ready suite, but they can serve as beautiful wedding decor while providing info to your guests. For a vintage feel, I recommend framing a frameless mirror in an oval shape and top it off with a gold ornate patterned frame. If you're going for a more modern look, use no frame at all.
Love to DIY? Just like the glass signs, this type of wedding decor is also easy to create, here's how:
What You’ll Need
First off you must get rid off excess vinyl outside of the design. Make sure you don’t forget the middles of some of the letters.
Place transfer paper over your design, use a plastic store card to smooth out the design ridding of any bumps or air bubbles.
Once the transfer tape has stuck to your design, turn it over and peel off the backing paper. If the letters are lifting up with it, turn it over and use a card to smooth the transfer paper again. Repeat this technique until you're just left with the vinyl and the transfer paper stuck together.
Arrange the letters the way you want them placed on the mirror and press down towards the middle of the design and begin smoothing outwards. Once the letters are stuck down, use a card or vinyl applicator to again smooth and push the letters down. Do this gently to prevent scratching on the mirror.
Peel the transfer paper off making sure that the design does not come up with it. Remember not to clean the mirror with anything abrasive!
For a video tutorial of this DIY project click here.
Wine Barrel Table
These barrel tables are such a cute way to display appetizers, desert, and even seating cards especially if your wedding is taking place in a vineyard. To make this barrel table more modern, rather than using a wood table top, top your barrel table off with a glass table top. Click here to view our options of glass table tops at Dulles Glass and Mirror.
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Mirrored Wedding Tables
A mirrored table top will truly make your guest say WOW. So long to the little round mirror in the center of the table. Covering the whole table with a large round mirror adds drama and elegance to your dining decor. With some wine and candlelight, you’ll want to pull up a chair and stay for a while.
A mirrored aisle? How much better could it get! If you're stressing on what color aisle to have, if it’ll fit your color theme, and the other decor at your wedding, I highly recommend choosing a mirrored aisle. First off, It goes with everything! You also get a huge bonus with the mirrored aisle if you have beautiful ceiling decor. Click here to get yours today.
Mirrored Standing Table
It's always the little things that make the biggest impact. How cute is this mirrored side table for your guest to gather around and rest their many glasses of champagne on your special day. Click here to get the perfect mirror for your table today!
Glass Sweetheart Table
Make sure your glass table is truly the most special by creating one entirely out of glass. Especially With the addition of beautiful floral decor just as the table below, you can’t go wrong with a glass
Not trying to have mirrored dining tables? Opt for a mirrored centerpiece. Place a couple candles, an arrangement of flowers, or maybe even drinks for each table on these circular mirrors in the middle of your dining tables.
Mirror Table Runner
How cute is this mirror table runner. This is perfect if your dining tables are rectangular vs circular. With this table runner your dining decor will appear much more organized.
Mirror Seating Chart
We absolutely love this idea! I recommend either using vinyl decals or writing on the mirror with an oil based sharpie paint marker. Have this cute mirror standing by your dining tables so you can ditch name tags and stick to table numbers so your guests know where to sit.
Glass Table Markers
How cute and elegant! These small glass signs are perfect for labeling your tables, or sending a little message to your guest that doesn’t need to be the center of attention.