Some of our favorite parts of an event to design are the ceremonies. This is afterall, what we are celebrating. Sometimes the location or occasion calls for something simple and understated, other times for something quite over the top. We always like to customize designs to each of our clients and tailor something perfect just for them. The wedding above took place in the bride’s parent’s backyard and featured a French garden feel. This floral arch was the perfect showcase.
For this tented beachside ceremony, we wanted it to seem more like a permanent installation. The ceiling was draped in a patterned fabric that complimented the custom built wooden backdrop. Baby’s breath orbs served to anchor the “alter” without distracting from the ceremony. And lining the aisles with lush floral boxes gave the rustic natural elements a more feminine touch.
With the backdrop of Montego Bay, a simple and natural ceremony design was called for. A chuppah of local greenery is softened with light blooms.
At this glam gold and white winter wedding, a clear tent was draped with fresh greenery and gold chandeliers. A stage was built for the alter to raise the view of the couple for the seated guests. A live floral wall installation and oversized planters created the illusion of the outside being in… An immaculate white carpet aisle was laid fit for a bride.
One of our all time most favorite ceremonies featured linen poufs for seating. In order to keep guests’ prime view of the wedding and the ocean, a simple floral arch is perfection.
In order for this bride to make it down the aisle (which took place in a field overlooking the Rocky Mountains), we built her a wooden boardwalk. To give it more of a bridal look, a custom monogramed runner was layered on top. And, for just a pop of color the greenery arch featured blossoms in the wedding palette.
This wedding location wasn’t large enough to accommodate all of the guests, we capitalized on this and created picture perfect details. We placed vintage church pews on the lawn outside of the church, and kept the doors open, creating an extension of the small chapel. A live gospel choir sang as the couple left the church, and led them down the outside aisle.