How to Use Picture Frames in Your Wedding Décor

Various elements that can be displayed with an ornate frame on your wedding day.

How to Use Picture Frames in Your Wedding Décor

Photo: KT Merry Photography

Some brides and grooms liken planning their wedding to painting a masterpiece. It’s a painstaking process that requires dedication and attention to detail, however, once it’s done, it’s an incredible work of art. Your special day will likely have decorative aspects throughout – most having been personalized to fit you and your partner’s tastes and preferences. Why not think of your nuptials as a grand, beautiful picture? And with that in mind, including picture frames as part of you celebration’s décor should seem like a natural fit.

Frames are idyllic for displaying loose paper goods such as menus, table numbers, and even escort cards. Many modern couples elect to bedeck their space with quotes and signs – including their wedding hashtag information – and what better way to do that than with a picture frame that coordinates with your motif and color scheme? Of course, paper goods aren’t the only inserts that work: mirrors – a contemporary wedding favorite – look significantly more regal inside ornate frames. Additionally, the variety of sizes available to you affords countless opportunities for their use.

To see picture frame décor in action, scroll through the photos below, and be sure to click on each picture for further inspiration from that real wedding!

Photography by Paul Barnett Photographer; Consulting by Victoria Weddings & Events

Photo KLK Photography; Consulting by Bluebell Events; Rentals from Revelry Event Designers

Photo by Chip Gillespie

Photo by Nancy Cohn Photography; Venue: The Breakers

Photo by Meg Perotti

Photo by KT Merry Photography

Photo by Kristen Weaver Photography

Photo by Kris Kan

Photo by Nadia D. Photography

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