There are a lot of essential details to consider for your wedding. The details are what make the day yours; they are the places where you can put in your personal touches and style.

One perfect place to make your wedding unique is with a custom feature wall. Feature walls are a great way to showcase your style and personality. They can also be great for photo backdrops, add texture and fun to your venue, they attract attention, they can be great places for escort cards and wedding favors. There are a lot of ways to make them beautiful and versatile. 

Here are a few examples of photo walls our couples have incorporated into their wedding:

Wedding feature wall with beer steins

Beer stein escort cards wedding Beer stein wedding kiss 

This beer stein wall was a massive hit at Jen and Brendan’s wedding. Their wedding was recently featured on Ruffled! The mug wall made for cute photos, each guest brought a mug home, and their escort cards were above their mug. So cute! Planner Jessica Hennessey Weddings. Photos by Rachel Buckley Photography.


champagne toast wall

Hana and Aaron’s champagne and sparkling cider wall was so eye-catching. What a fun way to have your guests grab their glass before your first big toast!


Book feature wall at wedding

Colleen and Richard wanted to highlight their love of reading at their wedding. This beautiful book and bookmark display was set up in front of the mirror in our whitewashed barn. Each bookmark also was made by a local artist and was a wedding favor for the guests. The planner was good look’n, photo by Madeline Rose Photography and bookmarks by Little Ivy Paper Goods.

Donut wall at Maine Wedding

How delicious does this donut feature wall from Haley and Ben’s wedding look?!? With donut shops like The Holy Donut in the area, it is so easy to showcase one of many of our couple’s favorite treats! This donut holder is easy to DIY and makes for cute photos and even sweeter memories! Photo by Nicole Ellen.

This stunning feature wall made for some beautiful pictures at Jessica and Dave’s weddings. The Edison string lights and decorations were installed inside the beams of our barn. So unique and easy to do! Photo by Emily Delamater

A Family Affair created this seating area and custom feature wall inside our sailcloth tent for Julia and Joe’s wedding. The lounge and feature wall was a fun way to create separate areas inside the 103′ tent. Photos by Lola Studios.