Wedding Mirror Signs Aren't Going Anywhere: Here Are 11 We Love

Step through the looking glass and browse our favorite mirrored signage.

Mirrored signage

Jose Villa

Some wedding trends come and go, while others stick around for the long haul. One wedding décor trend that's not going anywhere? Wedding mirror signs—they are here to stay. Ornate framed mirrors bearing pretty calligraphy have been popping up at ceremonies and receptions over the past few years, and we expect to continue to see them at nuptials in the future. After all, a fancy baroque mirror is the perfect vehicle for all your wedding signage.

Mirrors have multiple purposes on your wedding day. Besides being a total necessity in your getting-ready suite, they can be used as welcome signs, an escort card display, a dinner menu at the reception, and more. List your signature cocktails on a mirror and then set it at the bar. Jot down each table number on small framed mirrors, so everyone can easily spot their seat. Prop up a large mirror at the entrance to your ceremony that announces the schedule of events. The possibilities are endless.

And the best part is that any bride can easily DIY a wedding mirror sign. Simply head to a local thrift shop or your favorite home décor store and pick up a mirror (or two, or three!) on sale. Spray paint your finds in a metallic gold, or whatever hue complements your wedding theme. Then buy a white paint pen at your local craft store and jot down your message on the mirror. Not feeling confident in your handwriting? You can find customizable decals on Etsy that you can personalize with your wedding schedule, favorite quote, welcome message, and more. Once your decal arrives, simply stick it on the mirrored surface and you're done.

Need some inspiration? Step through the looking glass and browse our favorite wedding mirror signs below.

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A Pretty Schedule of Events

Schedule of events

Lauren Carroll Photography

Keep your guests in the know by setting up a mirror that lists the schedule of events at the front of your venue.

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An Elegant Escort Card Display

mirror escort card display

Rachel May Photography

Displaying escort cards is definitely one of the most popular ways to utilize mirrors at weddings.

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A Sentimental Quote

The Light & The Love Photography

Use a standing mirror to display one of your favorite quotes for a sentimental touch.

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Small Tabletop Signs

Mirror signage

Jose Villa

You don't have to lug a huge mirror to your venue to partake in this trend. You can use smaller mirrors on tabletops, like this one that reminds guests to sign the guest book.

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A Simple Reception Menu

Gilded Mirror Wedding Menu

The Marions; Design by Kate Mullins Design

Give your guests an idea of what they'll be dining on by jotting down your dinner menu on a mirror and propping it up at your reception.

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An Ornate Reception Sign

Mirror signage

Kaysha Weiner Photographer

Need to instruct your guests on your wedding exit or another reception activity? Explain what will go down on a mirror and place it on an easel for all to see.

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Unique Table Numbers

Mirror table numbers

Ether & Smith

Direct your guests with tabletop vanity mirrors emblazoned with your table numbers.

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A Pretty Bar Sign

Mirrored bar sign

Ether & Smith

These oh-so important instructions are laid out in elegant calligraphy on this vintage mirror.

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A Creative Seating Chart

Mirrored seating chart

Rebecca Yale Photography

With this spin on the mirrored escort card display, you can write the seating assignments directly on the surface with a white paint pen.

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An Ornate Welcome Sign

Mirrored wedding sign

Thomas Steibl

A reflective wedding welcome sign is just the thing to get the party started.

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A Vintage Touch

Mirrored dessert table sign

Ether & Smith

A small vintage mirror with a cute quote is the perfect finishing touch to any dessert table.

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