7. Photo Booth Wall. If you’re aiming for a vintage look I can’t think of a better options than picture #1 and 2. A POC (pop of color)on your wall paper will give your frame wall photo booth a modern approach, option no. 3 is a great example. If you want to DIY a photo booth wall like these, head to Ruffled to get the tutorial.
8. Backdrops. When there is a need of a focal point frames don’t disappoint. Hang some frames to create an interesting background for your ceremony or your sweetheart table at the reception. (credits: first, second, third)
9. Table Decor. Hanging frames in top of your reception tables gives the venue and the decor a multidimensional effect (pic no.1). You may also place frames around the centerpieces to create more texture to the arrangement, just like picture number two.
10. Say Something. You need signs to communicate with your guest. From, welcoming messages and menus, to labels on your dessert bar, framed signs are very practical and make great wedding decorations. To make your signs a bit more trendy go with framed chalkboards.
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