Stained Glass is such a lovely adornment to homes and churches across the world. In fact, it is so gorgeous that using it only in architectural settings seems like a shame! That is why we decided to take a look at how to use such a beautiful art form in a wedding setting! It’s ability to reflect and refract colors and its ever-ethereal designs are only a few of the reasons stained glass should make an appearance at your upcoming Salt Lake City wedding this year!
A Stained Glass Wedding Backdrop
Finding stained glass
to get married under a church is fairly easy to find. But what if you want an outdoor wedding or a more secular location. In that case, bring the stained glass to you. Stained glass wedding backdrops are something you should definitely talk to your wedding planner about. And if you can’t find something as extravagant as this one on Pinterest
–try finding vintage stained glass panels to hang individually or grouped together as recommended by Martha Stewart
A Stained Glass Cake
Ok, so maybe finding the right stained glass
backdrop at the right price was too difficult but you still love the stained glass wedding look. Well, something a bit more affordable and easier to source is a stained glass cake! They are gorgeous as you can see here
and likely just as delicious! Your guests will be talking about your unique wedding cake for years to come!
A Stained Glass Seating Chart
Every bride is on the lookout for a fresh new idea for a seating chart. Making something so mundane into something people will be pinning for ages is definitely high on the wedding priority list. So, an absolutely fantastic idea is using stained glass
to put those seating charts on. Just look at this stunner here. It grabs your guest’s attention and artfully points them to their place at your trend-setting wedding reception.
Here at Scottish Stained Glass in Salt Lake City, we have a ton of ideas on how you can incorporate stained glass into any event, home, church or business. Contact us
today for a free consultation and some stained glass suggestions!