The vows you'll exchange during your ceremony are probably the most important part of your entire wedding. They form the basis of your commitment to one another and become the foundation of your marriage.
As each of you says 'I do', you'll be the main focal point for your friends and family in the audience. Cameras will be trained on your every move and the images they capture will stay with you forever.
Your obvious love and devotion to one another will ensure the scene is truly beautiful, but a stylish ceremony backdrop adds even more magic.
Here are five simple ceremony backdrop ideas that can create a massive impact, wowing guests and guaranteeing gorgeous photographs...
Ethereal and dreamy, ribbons look effortlessly stylish, especially paired with flowers and foliage. Endless colour options also make it easy to incorporate this look into your chosen theme.
Ideal for winter weddings or evening ceremonies, a curtain of fairy lights add instant glamour to any wedding venue. We'd suggest lining the aisle with candles and flowers too.
Swathes of diaphanous fabric can look seriously stunning, especially at an outdoor ceremony with a gentle breeze.
Beautifully sculptural and often quite dramatic, a hanging flower backdrop can work for a multitude of styles and themes. Whether you want something contemporary and chic or rustic and luxurious, your florist should be able to suggest the best blooms for your desired look.
Simple, lush greenery can be used in numerous ways to create a striking ceremony backdrop. Whether you opt for a sumptuous arch filled with armfuls of foliage or something more modest and sparse, this modern look will work in a variety of settings.
Will you be saying your vows against a beautiful ceremony backdrop?
Until next time,
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