Jewelry mirrors are a great way to add a bit of color to your wedding day.
But there are other options, and the selection can vary quite a bit.
So which mirror should you buy for your big day?
Here are a few suggestions:Best jewel mirror with a built-in microphoneYou can get a really good reflection from a cheap mirror, but it’s not ideal for a big day.
We love the B&M Pro 3D.
The only real downside is that it doesn’t have a built in microphone, which means you have to plug the mirror into your computer to take advantage of its wide range of settings.
But it’s still a great option if you want a big, beautiful reflection.
The Mirror Shop also offers a nice $30 mirror with built-ins for $35.
It comes with a microphone, and you can use it for voice recognition, too.
If you want something that’s actually more reflective, the Bose Momentum 2 offers an inexpensive mirror with an built-back microphone.
It’s a great choice if you’re looking for a good-looking reflection but don’t want to shell out extra for a microphone.
If your wedding venue offers a free mirror, it’s a good idea to get it.
You’ll save a lot of money on your own wedding day, and a lot more on your wedding reception.
The best mirror for a smaller ceremonyWe love the Canon 1D Mark IV, which offers a wide range and has a built‑in microphone.
You can get one for less than $40, and it’s well worth the price.
The Canon B100D, meanwhile, is another great option for smaller weddings, as well as weddings that aren’t as big as a reception.
It also comes with built‑ins for voice and video recognition.
The most affordable mirror for the wedding receptionIf you’re a wedding planner, the Mirror Shop offers a number of mirror options that’ll give you an even better idea of which is the right mirror for you.
If you want to get your wedding ceremony started off right, the Canon 6D is a good option.
You don’t need to get an actual microphone, but you can easily add in a builtin microphone if you need to.
For a smaller wedding, the Inspire 1 is also a good choice, as is the Sony BX100.
The Inspire 3D is more expensive, but has a smaller range, and is also more expensive.
If all you want is a decent-looking mirror, we recommend the Sony A6000.
It has built-up microphone and built‑out microphone mic.
The Sony C300 is a little cheaper, but comes with no built‑up microphone, so it’s more expensive to buy.
The Inspire 6D, however, comes with an extra microphone built in.
If that’s not enough for you, the Sony T6 has an even more affordable option.
The B&s Bicam is another good option if your wedding is smaller.
It offers a great reflection, and there’s an integrated microphone for voice.
If that’s your main goal, the Nikon AF100 is a great mirror, and its built-into microphone makes it perfect for the reception.
If the reception is your main concern, the Sigma AF110 or Sigma AF120 are good choices for a more professional wedding reception, and offer a lot less weight.
If this is your first wedding, and all you really want is for the whole room to look like a party, look into the Bowers & Harcourt Wedding Mirror Collection.
The B&ams Bicams are made to look great with a variety of lighting and sound effects, so they can make your wedding more special.