Decorating With Mirrors

Mirror mirror on the wall… your event decor is the fairest of them all when you use reflective surfaces to add shine to your space, from table settings to mantel tops and everywhere in between. With these tips for decorating with mirrors, your event space is sure to dazzle.



diy bathroom rope edged mirror
1. Ship-shape. (via Martha Stewart Living)

1. Round & Round
If you’re looking to liven up an empty wall, turn to round table mirrors. Make and hang this rope-edged mirror in a bathroom or hang a few on a wall in your event or wedding reception space.


2. Everything’s coming up roses. (via Colin Cowie Weddings)

2. Vintage Revisited
A centerpiece of antique roses in romantic shades of dusty pink, white, or violet in our mirror cube vase creates a fresh and intriguing juxtaposition of old and new.



3. Anchors aweigh. (via M&J Trimming)

3. Looking Glass
Create one-of-a-kind wall mirrors by adhering round table mirrors to the inside of our copper patina tin trays. The patina finish gives an antique and rustic look to the trays that’s perfect for woodland-themed weddings. Get creative with how you hang the tray mirrors – leather straps, rope, mesh netting or even fairy lights all add unique detail.


4. Look! No flowers! (via Real Simple)

4. Mirror Centerpiece 
Make a modern, non-floral centerpiece with mirrors. Arrange several of our square table mirrors edge to edge down the length of table, then top with round pillar candles. The reflections of the candlelight dancing across the mirrors create an enchanting atmosphere perfect for intimate dinner or a modern and romantic wedding.


5. Pearl necklace. (via M&J Trimming)

5. A Retro Arrangement 
There’s nothing understated about a bejeweled centerpiece, and sometimes that’s just what a space needs. Arrange large pink roses with Queen Anne’s lace or baby’s breath in rectangular mirrored vases and then drape the blooms with long pearl strands.


6. Gilded age. (via Veranda)

6. Luxe Pairing
A large gilded mirror propped up against the wall and placed next to a cowhide rug marries glamour with contemporary style. The winning duo works both at home and at events, perhaps near the photo booth prop table or by the cocktail bar.


7. Open some doors. (via Lonny)

7. Light In The Dark
Dark walls and accents are beautifully bold and moody, but they need to be balanced with lighter elements in order to shine. Square table mirrors attached to a black door do just the trick.


8. Hola ombre! (via Style Me Pretty)

8. Graceful Gradient
Group purple flowers from light to dark shades for a gorgeous ombre effect. These arrangements holds Queen Anne’s lace, passion flowers, roses, allium, hydrangeas, and carnations. Place the blooms in our mirror strips rectangle vase, and complete the tablescape with taper candles placed in our black nickel candlesticks.


9. Climbing the walls. (via Traditional Home)

9. Salon de la Botanique 
Have an empty wall that needs sprucing up? Transform it into a botanical art piece all its own with a mix of vintage mirrors and plants: our staghorn ferns, fairy vines and tillandsia are great picks.


10. Gathered bunches. (via Florist Review)

10. Romantic Reflections 
Create a monobotanical bud vase grouping of Anemones, tulips, Lisianthuses, Queen Anne’s lace and Constance garden roses on a mirrored tray for a stunning centerpiece. Surround the flowers with pillar candles on small round table mirrors for extra shine.

1. Martha Stewart 2. Colin Cowie Weddings 3. M&J Trimming 4. Real Simple 5. Wedding Wire 6. Veranda 7. Lonny 8. Style Me Pretty 9. Traditional Home 10. Florist Review


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