Post # 1
I’m stuck! I really want to have mirrors behind the head table like this
but I cannot find a decor company! My wedding is in Toronto but at this point I’d drive a fair distance to get these myself if I have to. I’m going for a Frenchy/Shabby Chic-y mirror and the frustrating thing is I’ve found 2 decor places that can do it but “typically don’t work with my kind of budget” i.e. “you’re too cheap for us”. I’ve also found them online but they’re ALL in the UK for whatever reason and would cost ~$1200 each to ship here.
Does ANYONE in the Toronto or surrounding area have any advice? I’d love to hire a vendor to do this but will do it myself if I can find the mirrors somewhere. If you’ve seen something like this in a store somewhere please help a bride out! Thank you 😀
Post # 2
PinkStripes: Home Sense often has large decorative mirrors.
Have you contacted home staging companies? They may be willing to rent out just the mirrors.
Post # 3
What about going to an antique market? They may not match though. The Aberfoyle Anitique Market (Guelph area) runs every sunday and they have lots of great stuff. You could buy two different frames and spray paint them white or whatever colour you want so they match in colour.
Post # 4
Lowe’s has large unframed bathroom mirrors for $50-60. Then frame them (google how to diy), and add decorative trim. I found this company online. Their catalog prices seem really good.
Good luck. Keep us posted!
Post # 5
julies1949: thank you so much hose are all awesome ideas I will definitely look into all three! No to find a way to hang them and someone to set them up :s
( sorry I don’t know how to respond to multiple users in my iPad!!)
Post # 6
My decorator is amazing and affordable. Her company is called enchanting events. She’s doing my wedding in Burlington in August. Her office is in Mississauga. Honestly I didn’t think we had the budget to hire a decorator but she’s really sweet and will work with you to figure out what she can do within your budget. Good luck!
Post # 7
PinkStripes: You can just by plain mirrors then spray paint foam molding that you buy at Home Depot or Lowe’s.
Glue it right onto the mirror, you need to mitre the corners.
You would also need to glue mirror hangers on the back of the mirror.
Post # 8
Have you looked on Etsy? They have mirrors like this