In gazing at hundreds of wedding images on an almost daily basis (soooo addictive!) I am always on the lookout for interesting décor ideas which standout. One innovation which grabs my attention is the creative use of empty picture frames.

They make particularly stunning backdrops, enhance table centerpieces and inject loads of whimsical fun as props in DIY photo booths.

Backdrops

Empty-Picture-Frames-Wedding-DecorImages- Katelyn James Photography, Ruffled (Matthew Morgan Photography), Southern Weddings (Anna K Photography)Ruffled (Matthew Morgan Photography)

Empty-Picture-Frames-BackdropImages- The Caketress via Alexan Events, Martha Stewart, Ruffled (Made U Look Photography)

Centerpieces and Décor

Empty-Frames-as-Wedding-Decorpicture-frames-decorImages- Elizabeth Anne Designs (Kara Schultz Photography), One Stylish Bride (Angel Canary Photography), Style Me Pretty (Annabella Charles Photography), Inspired By This (2) (Lane Dittoe Photography)

Photo Booths

Empty-Frames-Photobooth-Fun Empty-Picture-Frames-PhotoboothImages- Bagaholic Ties the Knot, Engaged and Inspired, Style Me Pretty (Jess + Nate Studios)Love and Lavender (Jodi Miller Photography)Love and Lavender (3) (Simply Rosie Photography)

Also a plus- you can easily source modern, shabby chic or ornate vintage frames on Etsy (Hearts N Crafts, Anita Spero Design and Ann Clark Designs for example) or at flea markets and auctions.

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