Move over, chalkboard! Well, we still love our beloved chalkboards… but mirror signs are taking center stage at weddings as a chic alternative. A mirror can be hand-lettered with a paint pen (like these, which have a fine point) to add an extra dose of pretty to your ceremony or reception space. We’ve seen them used as welcome signs for guests, we’ve seen a mirror in lieu of a paper program, as a bar menu, and more. Today we’re sharing how to use mirror signs at your wedding with five unique finds. Plus, we found a few other mirror inspired decor we know you’d love. Check it all out below…
Wedding Mirror Signs
1. Use a mirror to welcome guests
A simple mirror and paint will do!
This sign ties in the couple’s travel-inspired theme, too.
2. Use a sign to share your ceremony details.
No need for paper programs!
3. A sign can be used to show guests to their seats.
At the reception, a mirror sign can be used as a seating chart. Here are two examples:
(You can get your own mirror done for your wedding at Palette & Ink.)
4. Use a sign to draw attention to a special bar.
Having a cigar or scotch bar for the gentlemen? A mirror sign will really make it POP.
5. Or, use a sign to show off your special beverages at the bar.
This is especially fitting if you have a signature beverage or cocktail.
A simple ‘cheers’ is a good fit, too!
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And, I just couldn’t help but mention these additional finds we spotted. This gold ampersand mirror sign will look fab as part of your decor; mirror coasters are a cute touch for your sweetheart table! From Hop Studio.
I love this monogram mirror cake topper…
… and these mirror table numbers.
What do you think of these wedding mirror signs? Do you like mirror decor? Or, do you prefer chalkboards? Tell us below!