21 Vinyl Ideas That'll Make Designing Your Wedding Easy
Vinyl can be an unexpected, yet useful material for elevating wedding décor and details. Best of all, it's durable, versatile, and affordable—which means that the textile can be used throughout multiple parts of your big day. The environmentally friendly plastic is as aesthetically pleasing as it is convenient, too. Vinyl can take the form of any customized design—no matter the shape or color—making it a fit for all wedding styles.
The most popular way to use vinyl for wedding décor is in the form of a decal. Decals are stickers made from the material that can easily be applied to and removed from most surfaces. Check out how one couple used a vinyl decal, designed by Jem & I, to transform an otherwise simple glass display into a bloom-filled sign (with a little floral help from Booshi). The multiple fonts subtly complement one another while ensuring the rest of the arrangement had a chance to shine. The overall look is a fresh, modern take on a welcome sign.
Wedding signage isn't the only way to utilize a vinyl decal. Ahead, you'll discover how couples stuck sweet messages onto their venue's bathroom mirrors, decorated their dance floors with a large monogram, or adorned their getaway cars with a "Just Married" sticker—all using vinyl. You can also use this medium in other, non-sticker forms, too—consider creating a floatie installation if you're tying the knot poolside, for example. No matter how you choose to use vinyl on your big day, you'll find that the unique textile makes for modern design details that have major impact.
Dressing up Lucite chairs is simple with vinyl decals like these "Mr." and "Mrs." options.
You may not be able to make permanent changes at your wedding venue, but that doesn't mean you can't personalize the space. This window decal featuring the couple's initials proves that it's entirely possible to make your mark on a space that's not your own—especially when your changes can be removed at the end of the night.
Personalizing plain white chairs with removable decals—like these floral iterations—can enhance your event's aesthetic without putting pressure on your budget (or harming your rentals!).
Thanks to vinyl, mirrors can be transformed into big-day décor with minimal effort. This bride designed her own reflective, vinyl-adorned seating chart, which Steven Pate brought to life.
There's no need for lipstick when you have vinyl decals to upgrade your venue's bathroom mirrors. Cheree Berry Paper designed this fun sticker to match the bride's handwriting.
Displaying a compass rose and coordinates is an unexpected way to showcase your reception's locale—and looks even prettier when it's brought to life using vinyl. At this celebration, Zapo Art used a vinyl stick-on that was easy to remove once the dancing was done.
Since vinyl decals come in all types of fonts, they can create many different looks—but we love a mix-and-match approach. This example by Prim and Pixie proves that multiple text styles can work together cohesively.
Combine Lucite and vinyl on the big-day for next-level modern décor. Take these food labels, for instance: The white vinyl popped against the modern acrylic.
Dance Floor Monogram
Finding ways to show your guests how much you appreciate them on your wedding day isn't always easy. But a mirror decal telling them how good they look is a good place to start.
Decorate your getaway car with a removable "Just Married" decal, like this one, to make your wedding exit that much more special.
Why not offer your "His" and "Hers" beverages self-serve style? This couple made it work thanks to vinyl-labeled pitchers.
Welcome Stick On
Decals can help a big display featuring lots of text (like seating charts!) look organized, which is why this couple opted for vinyl stickers over free hand calligraphy for theirs.
Champagne Glass Details
Adding "Mr." and "Mrs." to even the smallest of big-day details can go a long way. This couple added the vinyl titles to their champagne glasses.
Ghost chairs are easy to dress up with decals. At this reception, seats were styled with diamond vinyl stickers that displayed a monogram.
Creating a seating chart can be a challenge. Once you've finalized seat assignments, make your life easier by ordering a custom decal you can stick to any backdrop—like this Rohner Press vinyl creation.