Stained Glass makes a lovely feature in homes and on churches across the world. It is so stunning, in fact, that using it only in architectural settings only seems like a waste! That is why we decided to point out how gorgeous stained glass could be as a wedding setting! It refracts colors, reflects surroundings and its ubiquitously pretty designs are only a few of reasons why it should make an appearance at your upcoming Salt Lake City wedding this year!
A Stained Glass Wedding Backdrop
Finding a church with stained glass to get married under is pretty simple. But what if you are looking for an outdoor wedding? Or want a more secular location? In that case, you need to find a way to make stained glass come to you. Stained glass wedding backdrops are an idea but arguably hard to find–a wedding planner may have some ideas. Some spots offer stained glass backdrops as part of their wedding packages– like this one on Pinterest. If you want to go more DIY, try piecing together a few vintage stained glass panels like this one recommended by Martha Stewart.
A Stained Wedding Glass Cake
If finding the right stained glass backdrop at the right price proves too difficult–a stained glass cake could be an idea. Something like this is more affordable, easier to source and still gives you that stained glass charm. Plus, they are beautiful and delicious too. A real stunner, your stained glass wedding cake is something your guests will be talking about for years to come!
A Stained Glass Reception Seating Chart
Every bride wants a memorable seating chart. Plus making something traditionally boring into something people will be pinning for ages is an art! Therefore, a fantastic idea for seating charts is stained glass panels! Just look at this stunning stained glass panel seating chart. It demands attention and beautifully points guests to their tables.
Here at Salt Lake City Stained Glass, we have a lot 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!