Whether you’re getting married outside or a hotel ballroom, our White Cedar Fireplace Mantel could make a gorgeous addition to your decor!
You can use a fireplace mantel for your ceremony backdrop, a lounge backdrop, or create ambiance in your reception area. You can decorate the mantel with so many options.
Sometimes, greenery is all you need. Adorn with oversized greenery garlands for a look that’s simple yet so good. You can add a few candles for good measure, but there’s no need to go overboard. Use greenery with larger leaves, such as silver dollar eucalyptus, for the biggest wow factor.
Go for an old world romance vibe by draping sheer fabric around the edges of your mantel. Add candles, a few floral arrangements, and voilà.
Go traditional with your fireplace mantel decor using a row of tall taper candles. Pair them with brass candlesticks for a combination that’s timeless and regal.
Flowers on Flowers
On the flipside, you can’t go wrong with classic, traditional flowers.
Something as simple as ribbon transforms into a full-blown decorative installation when paired with gold initial letters and signage atop your mantel. This setup would be so cute at a shabby chic wedding!
A collection of vintage bottles and a few flowers is straight out of a rustic wedding dream. Create a similar look with other vintage knick-knacks, like picture frames or stacks of books.
Use the fireplace as a backdrop for a swanky wedding lounge at your reception. Personalize the mantel with different candles, vases, or garlands to match the rental furniture and other accents you picked out.
Use your fireplace mantel decor as a focal point of the reception space. This giant mantel alongside the dance floor was transformed into a picture-perfect backdrop with clusters of pink flowers and long vines.
Asymmetrical Floral Garland
Brighten up a cluster of greenery by adding white and pastel flowers on top of the mantel like a giant centerpiece. Leave the greenery hanging off to one side and add a gold frame mirror to complete this vintage chic look.
Don’t stop at just the mantel — utilize the space above it to display a beautiful wreath that ties everything together.